This article will provide information on the different DeepStream roles you can assign:
Super User - All permissions available including user management. Access to all company requests & contracts by default.
Full User - All permissions available except user management. Access to specific requests & contracts when part of a team.
Authorised Stakeholder - Limited scope role with limited permissions available. Access to specific requests and contracts when part of a team.
To find out more information on adding team members, please check out this article!
This role allows managers to get oversight of what is happening across the company and take actions where needed (i.e when a colleague is unavailable).
A Super User can see and manage all requests & contracts on the platform, even if they're not on the team. Every company requires at least 1 Super User on their company team as they act as an 'admin'.
Within a request & contract, Super Users can join the team as an owner only. Their role cannot be edited & they must manage other users.
Users who create a company, or are invited to create a company, will be made a Super User for that company by default
To review the roles of others in your team, please go to the Team Management page.
Please note: Super Users do not receive notifications by default, they must be added to the team.
Within a request & contract, Full Users can join the team as a Team Member or Owner.
Full Users only have visibility into contracts & requests if they have been granted permission on the team.
A Full User has the potential to do any type of activity on the platform but does not mean you will have access to & full permission on every request.
Full Users can be either:
If you build & send a request, automatically you will be the request owner with full permissions.
Any other Full User invited to the request will be a request member.
Request members cannot:
Send requests to Suppliers
Submit revisions to the request - they are able to make edits but only the request owner can submit to Suppliers)
Within a request & contract, Authorised Stakeholders can join the team as a Team Member only and have limited capabilities.
Authorised Stakeholders only have visibility into contracts & requests if they have been granted permission on the team, it is not by default.
This profile type is intended for users who are indirect users of the platform and are asked by a Full User to input on a particular Request i.e legal, technical, engineering teams.
If you’re a user with this profile type you won’t be able to send requests and will never be given '. Your company can have as many Authorised Stakeholders as you need and this won’t impact your billing profile.
Authorised Stakeholders have the potential to:
to a request subject to the permissions set by the request owner.
Edit network Company Profile
Create new requests & contracts
Receive new requests and contracts
Please note: all roles are detailed in the audit trail. Any changes to roles are required to be completed on the Team Management page where anyone with manage user permissions can make changes.