How to Manage Users on Your Yulio Account

If you're an admin level user in your company account, you have the option to add, remove and assign permission levels to users.

To manage your users, click on your email address in the top right hand corner and then select Company Settings > Manage Users.

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On the Manage Users page, you'll see an overview of your team members and their information.

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As an admin user, you have the option to assign permission levels to users, based on their function within your company. There are three permission levels that users can be assigned:

Admin

Admin users can create, edit, share and delete VR projects, as well as invite and remove users from the team. Admin permission is best suited to the person (or people) in charge of your company's VR services.

Author

Authors can create, edit, share and delete VR projects. Author permission is best suited to team members who are actively creating 3D designs, like architects, designers and CAD technologists.

Associate

Associate users are restricted to viewing company VR projects, and using the collaboration feature for clients. This permission level is designed for salespeople and client-facing team members who aren't involved in the creation process.

Add a User To Your Team:

1. Click Add User

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2. In the pop-up window, enter their name, email address and select which permission level they will be assigned. You can change this at any time.

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Remove a User From Your Team:

1. Click the red Trash Can icon beside the team member's name, under Actions.

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2. Click Remove in the pop-up window. Don't worry: removing a user won't remove any of the VR projects they've created.

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Assign Permission Levels to Users:

1. Select the team member's current role type, and you'll see a drop-down menu where you can select their new permission level.

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Check out our YouTube channel for more info & tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuFnsijYcGM

 

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