DecisionRules are designed for teamwork. You can easily share rules with your colleagues, manage roles, assign permissions and make changes.
Do you work in teams or on projects, but your software does not offer you enough flexibility in roles and permissions management? We at DecisionRules have a solution for this! You have the ability to keep your rules in spaces corresponding to individual projects, environments or with any other scope that you prefer.
Spaces are the places where you are collaborating with your colleagues, teammates, or you just simply want to have a private place for your rules. You can be the owner of the space where you invite your co-workers or you can be a part of someone else’s space. Don’t you want to allow others to edit the rules, add new ones, or create new conditions? Here comes the permission where you can assign roles based on your taste or company policy.
Allowing everyone access to everything can lead to difficulties, blunders, and poor customer experiences, which can be devastating for some businesses. You can prevent this situation by setting up advanced permissions, which help you quickly and effectively manage your team by giving your team access to the right capabilities in your Space.
If are still not convinced why advanced permission can be useful in collaboration with your team, let’s dive into a few of the benefits of this feature:
Each role in the space gives different options for interacting with the rules within the space. In the settings of advanced permissions, we have prepared three default roles for users:
Aren’t these roles enough for you? You can create custom roles for every single user in the space, or to create your presents. We broke down the whole application into granular pieces that allow the admin to assign only certain abilities for the user in the space to see the setting just click on “Show” and explore the possibilities.
Admin permissions are divided into basic rules permissions and permissions of each feature in the DecisionRules such as:
To find out more, check our documentation. Docs go through the feature in detail and show you how to set advanced permissions in your space.
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