Site administrators can manage users across the site via the Site Users
page. Project administrators can similarly manage users within a single project.
Note that user accounts can only be created at the site level. Once a user exists on the site, administrators can manage their access to project and folder resources.
A project user is defined as any user who is a member of any group within the project. To add a project user, add the user to a Project Group
Project admins can view (but not modify) the set of project users, and access each project user's details: profile, user event history, permissions tree within the project, and group events within the project.
- Select (Admin) > Folder > Project Users.
Project group membership is related to, but not identical with permissions on resources within a project. There may be users who have permissions to a project but are not project users, such as site admins or other users who have permissions because of a site group. Likewise, a project user may not actually have any permissions within a project if the group they belong to has not been granted any permissions.
Impersonate Project Users
Project admins can impersonate
project users within the project, allowing them to see the project just as the member sees it. While impersonating, the admin can not navigate to any other project (including the Home project). Impersonation is available at (User) > Impersonation