An Admin for a group site - Company ABC or Class 123 (Great options!)
First off, I love this product!.... but it really needs a master Admin.
- Sharing groups across multiple users
- Having users add projects to the group
- Deleting users while keeping projects
- Administering group policies across the "company/class" site
Have an enterprise/class option that allows a company or classroom to hold the data and assign a main admin to configure access and users.
It would look like:
Company (or class for schools)
- Admin (read/write/administer users and groups)
- Manager (read/write/administer group assigned)
- User (read/write)
It can be elaborated on but right now we have no way of using this to collaborate among employees without it acting like a glorified task list.
When you use Freedcamp Enterprise with White label - only you can create projects and project group admins set by you. Users invited can not create projects - even in their own accounts.
If you do not want to use Enterprise version. You need to make sure team is aware of how system works and all projects are owned by main account. Project group admins are set on project groups in that main account so the ownership always belongs to company/team main account.
On all paid plans you have admin page to remove departed employees with one click from all projects.
This is a great idea. Those leaving abruptly have continued access when there isn't another admin on the projects the former employee opened. This is the scenario I am facing now. I cannot see the projects (I wasn't invited to them) and the other staff member who can see the projects has no permission to either invite me or remove the former employee. There truly needs to be a hierarchy of permissions, starting with a company admin.
Agree with Ryan. We are starting to use Freedcamp in our organization and people love it. But it needs some kind of administrative functions and ability to customize to make it a more powerful tool.
We've explored this concept and it unfortunately falls short of what we are trying to do. We have 3-4 departments with 3-4 managers that we'd like managing these groups for control reasons we'd not like to give access to all of these users for full admin rights.
Do you see a project like this coming to production anytime soon?