Setting security profiles is a feature only available with the PRO and Enterprise versions of Nutcache.

As the administrator or owner of your organization, you can set different security profiles for each of your members. Security profiles can be set under the Organization/ Members menu, +Member button.


The security profiles available within Nutcache are the following:


Owner
Member who has full access rights to all Nutcache modules and who is responsible for the organization and management of the Nutcache account including the number of available members.

Administrator
Member who has full access rights to all Nutcache modules, but is not responsible for managing the Nutcache account.

Project manager
Member with a set of permissions applying only to projects for which he is responsible and to time entries, approvals, expenses and invoices for members who are part of those projects.

Time and expense manager
A member with a set of permissions applying to time entries and expenses of all members of an organization.

Team leader
Member with a set of permissions applying only to teams for which he is responsible and to time entries, approvals, and expenses for members who are part of teams under his responsibility.

Sales manager
Member with a set of permissions applying to all sales, even to those for which he is not the assigned sales rep, but only to his own time entries and expenses.

Regular member
Member with a set of permissions applying only to his own time entries and expenses.

Guest
Member whose only permission is to have access as an observer or collaborator to collaborative boards on which he was invited. As an invited collaborator, this member can create cards, comment and add attachments. Guest members do not count towards your Nutcache subscription.




LEARN MORE
To learn more about each security profile, please read this article.


 




Creating custom security profiles
Apart from the security profiles already build-in in Nutcache, users of the Enterprise version can create additional security profiles to match their business requirements. Creating custom security profile allows you to determine which members of the system have access to what data. Users of the Enterprise version can create as many security profiles as needed to achieve a greater level of security.