There are four user roles in Reduct - you have control over what a user can see, and what they can do.
Each user type has specific access and abilities, outlined below.
Editors and Commenters are members of the workspace, and can see all listed projects; Guest Editors and Guest Commenters can only access projects they have been invited to.
Editors also have the ability to download recordings, reels and highlights.
One or more users within a workspace are also designated to be Billing Manager(s).
They can add or remove users from the workspace and from specific projects, manage billing and add payment methods, and view usage reports. Workspaces may have more than than one user designated as billing manager. They do not need to be editors; whether they are a paid seat or not depends on the role they hold (eg, Editor or Commenter).
Seeing who has access, and inviting users
All users can see who has access to the projects they are a member of. Editors can also invite others to projects and to the workspace.
You can see who has access to a given project, and invite new users through the
Access permissions popover, which can be accessed from the project listing page, or from within a project by clicking the "Share" button in the header.
If you type in the name or email address of somebody who is already a member of your workspace, they will be added to the project, but their role will not change. If you type in the email address of somebody who is not already in your workspace, you can select which role you would like them to have. Note that selecting Editor or Commenter will make them a member of the workspace as a whole, granting them access to other projects, whereas selecting a Guest role will only let them see the specific project.
Inviting new users while commenting
And finally, you can invite collaborators right when you’re in the midst of it, and just mention them in a comment. By starting your comment with the
@ symbol and then typing their email address, you will be shown the option of inviting them if they aren’t already in the project and/or the workspace.
If you are an editor and/or billing manager, you can see a list of all users in your workspace, by clicking on your profile picture (or initial), choosing
Settings, and then
Users (on the left).
From this screen, you can see every member in your workspace, and their role. By clicking on a user, you can also see which projects a guest user is in, make users billing managers, reset their password, or remove them from your Reduct workspace entirely.
You can invite new users, and download a CSV of all members for further inspection.
(What you can see and change here will depend on your own permissions)
Listed vs. Unlisted Projects
Projects are listed projects by default, which means that members of the workspace can see that the project exists and choose to join it. Projects can also be restricted to be unlisted. Unlisted projects will not be visible to anyone who isn't explicitly added to the project, and cannot be joined without an invitation.
You can make a project unlisted by using the toggle in a project's
Access permissions popover, which you can access from the project listings page or from within the project.