Collaborator Permissions

Tinker, translator, soldier, sailor. Make sure everyone knows what their role is by managing collaborators with LingoHub’s collaborator permissions.

 

Within our application there are 4 available collaborator permissions varying whether they are given for an organization or project. These collaborator permissions are supported by LingoHub:

Important News!
We implemented organizations. An organization can be seen as an entity which is from an hierarchical perspective ranked higher than a project, i.e. every project must belong to an organization. An organization can further contain numerous projects and makes it easier to manage your projects.
Bear in mind that each and every account needs to have at least one organization! Sure, more than one organization can be created as well.

 

Organization Owner

An organization owner is at the top of the heap. In this major position you are allowed to do the following within an organization, i.e. across all projects in an organization:

  • Enter billing information and change subscription plan
  • Create / delete projects
  • Add, manage and remove collaborators (including organization owners/administrators)
  • Place translation orders
  • Mark segments as translatable or untranslatable. If a segment is marked as untranslatable it can still be edited by an organization owner, organization administrator or project administrator.

 

Organization Administrator

An organization administrator is a powerful role within your organization. This role is ideal for collaborators working across all projects in an organization and can be further extended by giving full access. Depending on whether full access is granted or not an organization administrator has the following permissions:

  • Create / delete projects
  • Edit organization settings
  • Add segments and translations for all languages
  • Change the status of any segment to any workflow status level
  • Add / remove languages
  • Connect with GitHub / Bitbucket repositories
  • Import / export resource files
  • Set quality check settings (LingoChecks)
  • Edit project details such as the title and avatar
  • Mark segments as translatable or untranslatable. If a segment is marked as untranslatable it can still be edited by an organization owner, organization administrator or project administrator.

Full access

  • Includes all permissions as with restricted access
  • Add, manage and remove collaborators across all projects of an organization
  • Place translation orders across all projects of an organization

Organization administrator with full access

 

Project Administrator

A project administrator is at the head of a project. This role includes the following permissions within a project depending on whether full access is granted or not:

  • Add segments and translations for all languages
  • Change the status of any segment to any workflow status level
  • Add / remove languages
  • Connect with GitHub / Bitbucket repositories
  • Import / export resource files
  • Set quality check settings (LingoChecks)
  • Edit project details such as the title and avatar
  • Mark segments as translatable or untranslatable. If a segment is marked as untranslatable it can still be edited by an organization owner, organization administrator or project administrator.

Full access

  • Includes all permissions as with restricted access
  • Add, manage and remove collaborators within a project
  • Place translation orders within a project

 

Translator

Good guess! The translator role is for translators and has access to do the following within a project:

  • Add / Edit translations for any of their assigned languages
  • Change the status of any segment to translated

Review permission

Reviewer needed? At LingoHub you have the additional possibility to give review permissions to a translator. If you do so a translator can further:

  • Change the status of any segment to reviewed

 

Translator with or without review permissions



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