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Company administrative permissions

There are four administrative types in a company - Owner, Co-Owner, Administrator and Basic Member.

The owner of the company is typically the person who created the company, though the status of owner can be transferred to another user.


Owner

Can create, edit, and delete employee accounts. Can invite outside users to be a member of the company, and also revoke that membership. Cannot be controlled by any other user in the company.


Co-Owner

Can create, edit, and delete employee accounts. Can invite outside users to be a member of the company, and also revoke that membership. Can be controlled by other co-owners, and the company owner.


Administrator

Can create, edit, and delete employee accounts. Can invite outside users to be a member of the company, and also revoke that membership. Can be controlled by other administrators, co-owners, and the company owner.


Basic Member

Has no control over other users or company settings. Can be controlled by administrators, co-owners, and the company owner.


Assuming you have the appropriate permissions in the company, instructions for editing the permissions of a user can be found at Editing and disabling employees.



See also

Creating a company
Creating company employees
Editing and disabling employees
Inviting users to join your company
Accepting or declining membership requests
Removing and deleting company members
Transfering company ownership
Deleting a company