Initially only an owner of a database is a user who has access to all objects in the system and can customize the objects in the
There may be times when you grant to your managers an ability to add and invite other users or allow them to help you with database adjustments.
To grant or restrict administrative controls to some users, change the
Setup Permission option.
For every user that already exists in the system you can choose any of the following setup permissions for your database.
|Level of access||Description|
|No Access||This option prevents users from access to the setup mode of your database.|
|Manage Users||Users with this level have an ability to add, invite and delete other users.|
|Manage Data||This option grants Import and Export data permissions.|
|Manage Users and Data||This level grants Import and Export data permissions and user management permissions (adding, inviting and deleting other users)|
|Full Access||Choose this level to give all administrative permissions for your database. The user with this option can customize database structure and has full access permissions, so usually the Full Access option is granted to a manager or a person responsible for administrative duties.|
Setup link in the top right corner of the window.
Sharing/ Roles >
Manage existing users shares in the setup menu. The system will display a list of users:
Choose the necessary user from the list and click
Edit in a corresponding row to modify user’s setup permissions. The following form will appear:
Setup Permissionlist select the necessary level of access for the user:
Manage Users and Data,
Full Access to grant administrative rights to the user.
When finished, click
Save to apply changes; click
Save and Invite to send an invitation e-mail to the user. Click
Cancel to discard changes.
Please note if the External User option is assigned to a user, it prevents such user from access to the setup mode of your database, so only
No Accessoption will be shown in the