There are four types of available roles in Dyspatch: Organization Administrator, Workspace Owner, Workspace Editor, and Workspace Viewer. Organization Administrators have full access to all workspaces. Workspace Owners, Editors, and Viewers can access only the workspaces they have been added to as collaborators. The table below outlines what each role is able to accomplish in Dyspatch.
|Add and remove images||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Approve templates for a workspace||x||x||✓||✓|
|Export published templates for a workspace||x||x||✓||✓|
|Approve templates for any workspace||x||x||x||✓|
|Manage a workspace's collaborators||x||x||✓||✓|
|Manage any workspace's collaborators||x||x||x||✓|
|Manage workspaces in the organization||x||x||x||✓|
|Remove pinned blocks||x||x||x||✓|
|Manage locale groups||x||x||x||✓|
A Viewer is able to access templates and drafts for viewing only.
An Editor's workflow is focused on building and managing template content. Editors can create, edit, and test drafts with the Dyspatch editor. An Editor can create content but will need approval from their workspace's Owner or an Organization Administrator to publish their work.
A Workspace Owner is a gatekeeper for their workspace's published content. They are able to approve template drafts and manage collaborators for their workspace.
Organization Administrators have access to any content in all workspaces in their organization. They can publish drafts and manage collaborators for any workspace. Organization Administrators are the only users who can create and remove workspaces.