Folder Permissions
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πŸ€” What are Folder Permissions?

Folder Permissions allow you to customize your team's access and offer straightforward way to decide who can view and edit projects within a folder.

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πŸ’» Set Permissions (Desktop)

Every time you create a new folder in a shared workspace, you can define the level of access for other workspace members. Here's how to do that:

  1. Create a new folder inside a workspace.

  2. Set the folder name and color theme.

  3. Use the dropdown list to define access level.

πŸ’‘ Note: Visit πŸ” User Roles & Permissions to learn more.

Permission

Description

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Invite only

Only the people you invite will be able to see and edit projects inside the folder.

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Everyone can edit

All members of the parent workspace will be able to edit projects inside the folder. This setting doesn't affect existing permissions.

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Everyone can check

All members of the parent workspace will be able to check tasks in nested projects. This setting downgrades Editors to Checker role.

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Everyone can view

All members of the parent workspace will be able to view projects inside the folder. This setting downgrades Editors to Viewer role.

βš™οΈ Change Permissions (Desktop)

Follow the steps below to change permissions for existing folders:

  1. Open a Folder and click the arrow β–½ next to your folder name.

  2. Click the ✏️ Edit button and choose a settings from the drop-down menu.

  3. And that's it! πŸ₯³

πŸ“± Set Permissions (iOS & Android)

  1. Create a new folder inside a workspace.

  2. Set the folder name and color theme.

  3. Under Team Access, use the dropdown list to define access level.

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βš™οΈ Change Permissions (iOS & Android)

  1. Open a Folder and tap the three dots button (Β·Β·Β·) in the top-right corner.

  2. Tap the Edit button ✏️ Edit and choose a settings from the drop-down menu.

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