Workspace owners & Administrators can invite people into their workspace via the following ways:
The People tab > Invite Members
The People tab > Add+ button > Add Member
User Menu > Settings > Members and Access > Add Member
The Projects tab > Add Menu > Invite Members
Step 1: Enter the email address(es)
Step 2: Choose the access level for this new person
If you choose Administrator or Mana...
Setting access levels for workspace members means you're able to choose permissions for what they can see and do in the workspace. Whether prompted by having confidential projects in the workspace or simply wanting to reduce the number of projects a workspace member needs to sift through, setting their access level allows you to manage this separately for each individual in the workspace.
Workspace owners and administrators can set access l...
This article is a reference for workspace administrators responsible for inviting members into the workspace. It provides an overview of member types and access privileges for each. Many topics covered below are also detailed in the help guide articles Member Access Levels and Privileges, Restricted Members and Project Portals.
What types of members can I assign plan items to?
What is a Real Member?
Which member types do I need to pay f...
Adding workspace members to teams provides the following benefits:
You can filter your plan and timesheets by team.
The team association is captured in plan exports and timesheet exports.
You can create custom reports by team.
You can view resource workload by team.
You can address a comment to a team, and each team member will receive an email notification in accordance with their notification preferences.
A virtual member is a named resource, but it is not connected to a real person. Here are some reasons why you might use a virtual member:
When getting started in LiquidPlanner, you can initially assign work to virtual members, then invite the real users later on when your workspace is built out to a minimal level. This helps avoid confusion that can result when users sign into a workspace that is still under construction. Note that all ...
When getting started in LiquidPlanner, you can initially assign work to virtual members who represent real people not yet active in the workspace. This allows you to stage up projects and assign work without needing to have real members in the workspace while it's still under construction.
As soon as you're ready for the real member to join the workspace, you can invite them in to fill the role of that virtual member. This means all of the wor...
Restricted members are people that hold a seat in your workspace, and are limited to viewing specific projects only.
Note that most members of the workspace should be set up as Full Members. This allows for greater transparency and minimizes the upkeep involved in maintaining access on a per project basis for each restricted member. Being a restricted member can be limiting and should primarily be used for clients or when there is sensitive wo...
When setting up Full Members or Restricted Members in your workspace, you can control whether or not the workspace member will be able to reprioritize plan items in the workspace.
By default all new workspace members can re-prioritize. If this permission is disabled, the workspace member will not be able to reprioritize any plan items via dragging and dropping on the Projects tab, or by changing the Project or Package association in the Edit...
Workspace owners and administrators can remove members from the workspace via the People tab by hovering over the appropriate member row and clicking the Disconnect link in the Actions column:
If you disconnected someone by accident, don't panic! Simply invite that person back into your workspace with the exact same email address and all the tasks that were assigned, as well as historical and time-tracking data, will be restored.