To access user management in the builder, click on the Users button in the header:
Admin users can manage user access to their application from within the application builder.
The user management side-bar will display an overview of all the current users and groups in the system that have access to your application.
By default, the first 50 application users will appear in the Users section, followed by all members of the Groups(🔒).
If you can't see a user in the list, use the search bar at the top.
Admin tenant users have global access to any application. They will always be listed here with Admin access and cannot be changed:
Creator users can build and develop some applications, while being an End User for other applications.
This provides fine-grain control, allowing you to give admin like permissions for certain applications to your team, while ensuring they cannot access all your applications.
App users only have access to published applications on which they been granted at least Basic access permission. You can update an End Users access permissions at any time. If necessary you may also
Remove their access entirely.
If you remove an End Users access within the user side-panel, that user will no longer be able to access the application when they log in.
User groups are a premium feature.
Any user groups with access to your application will be displayed along with its total membership count. Updates to the group access level will be applied to all member users. Selecting the
Remove option in the access dropdown will remove the group from the application and thereby revoke access of any members.
Users who have been indirectly granted access to an application via membership of a User group will appear muted in the Users list. Clicking on the access dropdown will outline where they inherited their access from.
Even though the above user has been granted Basic access to the application by their group, you can apply an override that will apply only to that app user:
As you can see above, the user
[email protected] was initially only granted Basic access to the application as a member of the Press Team. Now they have been upgraded to Power user.
Removing an app user access override will revert them to their group access level.
The access panel will display only users or groups who currently have access to your application. If you wish to add any new users or groups to the application you can use the search bar.
Users can be found by entering their email address and Groups can be found by entering their name.
If your user doesn't appear when searching the system, you will be presented with the option to invite them to your Budibase tenant.
After clicking the
Invite user button, you will be able to provide the user invite email address, assign them a User role, and an App Access Level.
Add user button to send an invite email to the new user. Invitations to Budibase will remain active for 7 days, after which they will be deleted. Any invites currently open in the tenant will be listed at the top of the user side-panel in the builder:
By default, Budibase will assign Basic access. Before a user accepts their invitation, you still have the option to update their access level to any application on your tenant.
Valid SMTP configuration must be available to allow the sending of email invites.
In the event that the Budibase tenant does not have valid SMTP email settings readily available, the fallback behaviour is to create a new user and output temporary credentials.
Keep a note of the credentials and relay them to your new user. They will be prompted to change them upon first login.
Updated 29 days ago