Team roles

Overview

In Delibr, each team member is assigned a role within a team. There's four role types: Admin, Member, Guest and Inactive. 

In this article we will look at what each role can do, what they can't do, and how each role counts towards the subscription plan. 

The different team roles

Admin

Admin's can: 

  • Add/remove credit card information
  • Add new members to the team (all role types), including changing roles on current members of the team
  • Configure automatic domain login
  • Create new documents
  • Automatically access all team visible documents within the team

Member

Member’s can:

  • Add new members to the team (only members and guests)
  • Create new documents
  • Automatically access all team visible documents within the team
  • Access the team members & settings menu

Member's can't: 

  • Add/remove credit card information
  • Change role types within a team 
  • Configure automatic domain login

Guest

Guest’s can:

  • Access documents they have been explicitly invited to

Guest's can't: 

  • Add/remove credit card information
  • Add new members to the team (all role types), including changing roles on current members of the team
  • Configure automatic domain login
  • Create new documents
  • Automatically access all team visible documents within the team
  • Access the team members & settings menu

Guest’s can’t create their own documents, nor see team visible documents they haven't been explicitly invited to.  

Inactive

Inactive users cannot access the team anymore, nor view or edit any documents. Demoting someone to inactive should be considered the same as removing that person from the team. However, making a user inactive does not remove their contributions to documents they have previously been a part of. 

How each role count towards your subscription plan

Admins and members count towards the price plan. Guest and Inactive users does not.

*We believe in fair billing and therefore only charge for admins/members that are actively using Delibr. We will automatically detect which users that have been inactive during a month and deduct their cost from the monthly charge. Activity is measured as being logged in.