Adding and modifying users as members of project areas and
You can add users as members to a project area or a team
area. Project-level members can later be added as members of team
areas after those teams areas are created. You can assign one or more
roles to each member based on the roles that are defined in the project
area or team area process. You can also designate a user as an administrator
in a project area or a team area.
Adding existing users
You can add users who are already in the repository to a project area or a team area.
Assigning roles to a member
You can assign one or more roles to each member of a project area or team area, based on roles that are defined in the project area or team area process.
Roles identify the functions of team members. You assign permissions to perform specific operations to roles. Therefore, a user’s role or roles determine which operation the user can perform.
Assigning administrative privileges
You can designate a user as an administrator in a project area or a team area. The administrative control also applies to all child team areas that are located within the project area or team area where it is assigned. Administrators have permission to save all changes to the project area or team area. The administrator is typically responsible for managing the process, including adding members and assigning roles, for the project area or team area. If users do not have the permissions they need, they should contact an administrator.
Specifying team invitation content in a template
When you add a user to a project area or team area, an Email notification is sent to the user. For Change and Configuration Management (CCM) and Quality Management (QM) applications, you can use a template to define the invitation message that is sent to users.