In this guide, we’ll use Baserow to even out the workload between collaborators, create a culture of accountability, and streamline your team’s communication process.
Here at Baserow, we’re obsessed with teamwork (and they’re a big reason why you love us).
Curate the right level of access to your group by assigning roles to your team members. With Baserow’s collaboration features, you can facilitate task delegation and communication within your team by inviting others to collaborate with you.
Inviting users to your group is a good idea. Here, we’ll cover the basics of inviting group collaborators. This is useful to sync with multiple members using the row commenting feature.
Adding collaborators to a group supports assigning tasks to others and encourages more advanced teamwork. All group collaborators will be visible from the invite page.
Anyone with Admin permissions can invite a new collaborator.
It is not possible to send an invitation when the user is already a member of the group.
Here’s how the invite appears in the pending user’s email inbox:
If you have an existing account and you are invited as a collaborator in a new group, you will receive an email and a notification on your dashboard to Reject or Accept the invitation.
The pending invites tab displays a list of people who have been invited to use Baserow but have not yet created an account.
Admins can use the search box to find users by email, view the message attached to the invite, view or change the default role, and cancel all pending invitations.
Admins can do a user search by name or email to narrow their search to a single person or to include more users. An admin could, for instance, look for all users whose email addresses include a specific domain name. As you search, the number of search results will show up in the search bar.
By clicking on any of the column names in the Members page’s header, you can sort the results of the member’s query.
Permissions can be assigned to users by group admins. When you invite others to a group, you’ll be prompted to make a choice during the initial setup.
In Baserow free plan, users can be assigned the following permissions within a group.
Baserow Advanced and Enterprise plans come with advanced user management to boost data protection and privacy requirements.
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Working with a large team?
It’s important to consider having at least two group admins when managing a larger team of members within a group. This prevents the group from becoming caught in a situation where group members are unable to carry out group administrative obligations if an admin is absent.
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