Setting up Project Roles for a new project
Project roles ensure each organization only has access to use the types and statuses that are specific to their job. This means they cannot accidentally use the wrong mail or doc type, even though other roles might be able to see them.
Your project will be provisioned with project roles so we recommend you review them before making any changes. Make sure you set a default project role for new organizations that join the project. If you need to make changes you can come back to this section at any time.
If you create a new project role, don’t forget to assign it to the organizations that need it.
Access project roles from Setup, and select Project Settings. Then click Mail/Documents Role Settings.
Copy project roles from an existing project
If you like, you can copy the roles across from an existing project that your company owns, or is a Project Admin for. If you decide to do this, complete this step before you create any other roles, as copying from another project will delete any existing roles in the new project.
- Click the Copy From Project button.
- Select the project you want to copy the roles from.
- Click OK.
Create a default role
We recommend setting up default project roles so that every new organization on your project can start working, prior to assigning them a specific role on a project.
You can switch the organization to a different role whenever you need to.
- Create a role with the minimum mail types and document types for your project.
- Check the Set as Default box.
- Click OK.
This ensures that every new organization on your project will be assigned a project role.
You can switch the organization to a different role whenever you need to. Find out how to assign an organization a project role that's not the default.