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Need the ability to define workspace specific user roles. For example, I would like someone to be an admin for a Workspace A, but not for Workspace B.
In order for our team leads to take control of their workspace, they need a little more capabilities than participants.
Allow private tasks and subtasks within Workspaces. People should only see what they are assigned or granted access to. Workspaces should give more flexibility. If you add someone to a particular task and it's one part of a larger project, they don't need access to everything. Make privacy a default option as well. Even if you create private tasks, when you add someone to another task, they have access to the entire workspace and every other task in there.
I am our project manager and am set to auto follow every task and conversation. I'd like the ability to set an auto reply AND / OR set a backup follower. Right now I need to ask my team to manually set themselves up to auto follow various projects in my absence.
In the Professional version, is there a way to stop participants (normal users) from adding invite to the organisation. For security reasons as well as to not waste licenses on people that aren't employees. Thanks in advance
Those participants might actually be better as 'externals', because externals don't have that privilege.
Take a look at the external role info here: https://redbooth.com/help/using-redbooth/external-membership-role/
My Redbooth account email is firstname.lastname@example.org from which any incoming email gets forwarded to my private Inbox email@example.com. However if I reply to a conversation posted by someone else from my private account, Redbooth rejects it as being from an email address that it doesn't recognise.
Could we possibly hold a secondary email address against each User Profile that would be recognised as valid when replying to Forum Notifications?
Big security reason
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