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Intervals currently features project level permissions. This means that any team member that has access to a project can see the tasks, project notes, and documents for that project. Up until a few weeks ago Intervals did not include the ability to assign a task to multiple people. This made the open project permissions more advantageous, but now that tasks can be assigned to multiple people we are contemplating locking down resource level users so that they can only see their own tasks. This would not impact managers or administrator level users. If you feel strongly one way or the other, please feel free to weigh in. It would be great to get some feedback.
Yes, there are many times when we have a Resource working on a small part of a Project, do not want to create a new Project, but also do not want them to have access to other open Tasks including those that have been closed.It would be great if there was an option to grant access to view non-owned Tasks when a new user is created.
Just to weigh in and add another raised hand, that feature would be very beneficial. We even have some projects where we're working w/internal developers in an organization and don't necessarily need them seeing all the tasks in the project.My only additional comment is that I would like to see global and by project just as we can do w/task types and modules.
The option to restrict resource users to their own tasks launched today. Here is how it currently works. If you create or edit a resource level user there is an option to:Restrict task access? yes / noIf set to yes, the user will only be able to view tasks which they own or are assigned. They will not be able to edit or create milestones. Also, they cannot view documents from tasks they do not own or are not the assignee. They can access project documents and project notes. Please give it a look and let us know how this new restricted task access resource works out for you.
We have plans to overhaul the executive user quite a bit a little later this year. In fact the executive user may be phased out and you will be able to add multiple contacts to clients and select what they can see in a more granular fashion. The modification is currently slotted for late Q1 2010 but the roadmap is constantly shifting based on feedback.## Update ##The overhaul to executive users launched in April. Here is some information on what was changed and how the new functionality works.
Hi, I don't mind that resource users can view any task but I don't want that they can create new tasks... is there any way to restrict this?Thank you.
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