This quick tip will show you how to change roles for Team Members and Project Contributors inside of A360. We will also show you how to make a Team Member a hub Administrator.
Changing a Team member to a Project Contributor (or vice versa)
You will need Admin access to do this.
To access Admin tool:
Important: Only the hub’s Team Owner and Team Administrators can access Admin tools.
- On the top navigation bar, click your photo and choose “Admin”.
The Index page opens, listing the available administrator tools.
Expand the “Team members” and then click on “Manage”
This will show you all of the team members in your hub. Notice that you can see Team Administrators as well as Team Members. In this case we are going to change “Heather Michele” from a team member to a project contributor. We will do this by clicking on the “Change role” option.
This brings up a dialog, showing that “Heather Michele” was changed from a team member to a project contributor. You just need to click on “Confirm”
This action will bring up a confirmation dialog showing that “Heather Michele” is now a project contributor. Click “OK”
To verify this – expand “project contributors” on the left side. Then click on “Manage”
Now you will see a list of Project Contributors. You can use the same process to change a Project Contributor to a Team Member. Just click on the “Change role” and follow the same steps as above.
Changing a Team Member to an Administrator
If you want to give someone administrator access to your hub, you can do that as well. This is in the same general area but at the bottom of the menu bar on the left side.
Expand “Administrators” and click on “Manage” This will bring up the “Manage administrators” screen. Type in the e-mail address of the person you want to make an Administrator of your hub and click on the “Add Admin” button.
TIP: To make someone an Administrator, they must be a Team Member first. You cannot make a Project contributor an Administrator.
That’s it! That’s how you can change roles between Team Member and Project Contributor, as well as make someone an Administrator.
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