Users & Roles

Advanced Permissions allows you to specify the role of the user who cooperates with you in the Space.

Manage advanced permissions

Advanced permissions are hidden in the settings of the space you want to manage. There are two options for how to get to the settings.


  • Simply hit the Users & Roles button in the sidebar.

Settings of the Space

Settings of the spaces are divided into three parts. In the upper part of the settings is an overview of the space. In the middle part of the site, you can see the list of users who have access to the space. The last third part is dedicated to the Roles of users in the space, where you are managing the advanced permissions.

In case you are the owner of the Space, the only role you can have is Admin.

Add or remove users

When adding another user to the Space, the default role of that user is Editor. After the user accepts the invitation, you are able to easily change his/her role to another one.


In the last section of the setting of the space have listed the roles. Each permission role allows users to interact in the space in different ways:

  • Admin - has full access to all features and is allowed to do all actions

  • Editor - has almost full access to all features, excluding changes in Space and its permissions

  • Reader - is allowed just to view the data and settings in each feature

It is not possible to delete the default roles. You are able to delete just the roles you have created.

Admin Permissions

Settings of the roles are done in the window called “Admin permissions”. Those admin permissions are divided into basic rules permissions and permissions of each feature in the DecisionRules such as:

  • Decison Tables

  • Scripting Rule

  • Rule Flow

  • Test Bench

  • API Key

  • Space

It is important to keep in mind that superiority exists between permissions. This for example means that if the user doesn't have permission to update the rule, the user is not able to save the changes they has done.

Create a new role

When you copy any of the default roles, the new role will have the same permissions as the copied default role. The difference is that in the default role you are not allowed to do any changes, but in the new role you can set up the permissions you want.

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