Give a user permissions to a table, Workflow, or integration

Permissions are determined by a user鈥檚 Role and Individual Permission Settings. Individual permission settings govern which users can edit or view any given Workflow, data table, or integration. These are separate from roles and are governed per-object, which means per-Workflow, per-Data Table, and for integrations, per-connection

User must be explicitly given permission to view or edit a Workflow, data table, or integration object. The sole Team Owner is the only user that can view or edit any object.

How to give view or edit permissions for a Workflow

Individual Workflow permissions overwrite any role level permissions. For example, an Admin without Find/Edit permissions on a Workflow cannot find or edit that Workflow.

The individual Workflow permissions are set per-Workflow.

  1. Select Workflows from the top navigation bar.
  2. Select a Workflow, this will open the Workflow detail page.
  3. Select in the upper-right corner to get to the Workflow Builder page.
  4. Select the in the top right, and select Settings
  5. Scroll down to the Security section, and click to expand it.

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  6. Update the users or groups who can find and edit the Workflow.

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    This is an example of the Workflow permissions screen

馃挕Tip: Admins can be removed from the field, but permission fields cannot be left blank.

Individual Workflow permissions

Use this diagram to understand what a user with No Permissions, a user with Find Permissions, or a user with Edit Permissions are each able to do. Individual permissions can look very different Workflow to Workflow.

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How to give edit permissions for a data table

Individual Data Table permissions overwrite any role level permissions. For example, an admin or team member without permissions to view a data table cannot view the table.

The individual data table permissions are set per-data table. Set data table permissions to restrict which users can see select data tables.

  1. Open the menu in the top navigation bar, and select Data.
  2. Select a data table.
  3. Select the button and select Permissions. This opens a new screen to change permissions.

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  4. From the permissions page, toggle Enforce table permissions on or off. If enabled, only specific users have access to find or edit the data table.
  5. Add or remove the individual users who can view the table. Only users on the list can find or edit the table.

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Individual Data Table Permissions

Use this diagram to understand what a user with with Permissions, or a user without Permissions are each able to do. Individual permissions can look very different between data tables.

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How to give permission to use an integration connection

An integration is a connection to an app or tool within Catalytic. Integrations can have multiple connections. Permissions can be set per-connection in Catalytic.

Individual integration permissions overwrite any role level permissions. For example, an admin or team member without permissions to use a connection cannot use the connection.

鈿狅笍 Heads-up: A connection is only editable by the connection creator. Integration permission levels can be changed at any time from the integration page.

  1. Open the menu in the top navigation bar, and select Admin.
  2. Select Integrations at the bottom of the page.

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  3. Select the integration you wish to edit.
  4. Select for the connection you wish to modify.
  5. At the bottom of the page, toggle Enforce integration permissions on or off. If enabled, only specific users have access to use the connection in a process. This does not affect which users can run the Workflow in general.

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  6. Select when completed.

Individual Integration Permissions

Use this diagram to understand what the connection creator, a user with Permissions, or a user without Permissions are each able to do.

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