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Can you stop normal users from adding users to the organisation?

frederic.gaumond 1 year ago in Feature Requests / Users • updated by Ryan Crosbie 1 year ago 1

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

Ryan Crosbie 1 year ago

Hi Frederic! 

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/


ADMIN and Normal Users possibilities

Ariel 1 year ago in Feature Requests / Users 0

Possibility for ADMIN users to posts in name of normal users and post hours assigned to different users. Also, impossibility for normal users to modify list and tasks names


Two factor authentication

Luke Lathouwers 2 years ago in Feature Requests / Users 0

It would be nice (and safe) to be able to allow for two factor authentication (and maybe enforce it for your organisation).


Allow a backup email address against a User Profile

AndrewC 2 years ago in Feature Requests / Users 0

My Redbooth account email is andrew@turingtrust.co.uk from which any incoming email gets forwarded to my private Inbox andrew@pearlcom.co.uk. 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?