Organization RolesLast updated on 05/10/18
Understanding Organization Roles
Roles allow you to set access for members in an organization. Assign roles to manage what members can do at the organization level. By default, all users in an organization are an organization member, which allows them to be added to a workspace.
At the organization level, there are two types of admins – Organization User Admins and Organization Security Admins. They can manage all users and workspaces in one central location.
Note: Roles at the organization level are different than roles at the workspace level. To learn more about roles at the workspace level, see Workspaces Roles.
Types of Organization Roles
There are three different roles available at the organization level, each with their own level of access.
Organization Member is the default role for all members of an organization and allows users to be added to a workspace.
Organization User Admins can add, update, view, and remove users in an organization. They can also view and manage workspace settings.
Organization Security Admins can view, update, and manage organization security settings, such as password settings, access restrictions, and SAML single sign-on.
To learn more about applying a role at the organization level, see Managing Users.