Types of users
User roles and permissions in mabl workspaces
This guide describes the three types of users in a mabl workspace: editor, viewer, or owner.
An editor can make changes as they see fit to the contents of your workspace. If you're inviting your team members to a workspace, this role is ideal for users that plan to create and run tests in the workspace.
Workspace support access
When workspace support access is enabled in your workspace, the mabl Support Team has the same privileges as an editor.
A viewer can see the contents of your workspace and trigger local runs. Viewers cannot add, delete, or modify tests or trigger cloud runs.
Owners have full control over the contents and members of a workspace, including adding members and changing their permissions.
Owner of a workspace
If you create a workspace, you become the owner of that workspace by default.
Specific permissions by role
The following tables list the specific permissions for each type of user in a mabl workspace.
|Create and edit tests||Yes||Yes||No|
|Run tests locally||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Run tests in the cloud||Yes||Yes||No|
|Stop test runs in the cloud||Yes||Yes||No|
|Create API keys||Yes||No||No|
|View API keys||Yes||No||No|
|Copy API keys||Yes||No||No|
|Edit API keys||Yes||No||No|
|Delete API keys||Yes||No||No|
Only owners can manage workspace settings. Workspace settings include the following:
- Inviting users to a workspace
- Enabling workspace support access
- Changing a user's role
- Deleting users from a workspace
- Changing session duration
- Editing a workspace name
- Deleting a workspace
Updated 4 months ago