Here are the roles and what they mean in Airstory...

At the Team level (assigned when you invite others to join your account):

  • Administrator: Assigned under Team settings, the owner of the Airstory account, with full rights to invite more team members and create new teams.
  • Member: Assigned under Team settings, a person who can create unlimited projects and assets in an Airstory account.

At the individual Document level (you must assign user roles for every project):

  • Owner: Assigned at the project level, the creator of the project, with full rights to write, edit and create notes; to invite collaborators, whether guests or team members; to change information about the project, such as its name, summary, due date and word count goals; and to archive or delete the project.
  • Editor: Assigned at the project level, a person with full rights to write, edit, comment and create notes.
  • Researcher: Assigned at the project level, a person who can add notes to the project and view the project. Note: a Researcher cannot make edits to the document or comment on it.
  • View Only: Assigned at the project level, a person who can review the content of a project. Note: a View Only user cannot add notes, make edits to the document or comment on it.

To alter editorial permission levels you can do so when you add a new team member or at any time using the 'Manage Users' feature:

  1. Click on the green 'Share' button in the upper right-hand corner of the document screen.
  2. Choose 'Manage Users',
  3. Find the team member for whom you'd like to change the editorial permission levels, 
  4. Select the appropriate permission level from the drop-down menu adjacent to the team members email address, like so:

We hope you enjoy using Airstory! 👍

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