In Flow, there are four different levels of permissions and access. To find out who has which role in your organization currently, head to the People page.
On the People page, you’ll see cards with each of your members listed. Admins have a blue admin tag, and guests have a grey guest tag, while your general users will have no tag.
Organization Administrators are at the top of the permissions chain. By default, the organization admin will be whoever created the organization to begin with. You’re able to promote others to organization admin. Only another admin is able to demote you to general or limited member, that’s not something you can do to yourself.
Most of your team in Flow will be a general user. They’re able to create new groups, projects, and tasks, as well as edit ones that already exist. They can join any public team or project, and can invite members and guests.
Guests can be invited either on the Team level or the Project level, depending on what you'd like them to access.
Team & Project Roles:
A team guest will only be able to see the Teams you invite them to. If you have a marketing contractor for example, you could invite them as a guest to the Marketing Team and not worry about them accessing accounting or development projects in your other teams. Team Guests are unable to create new teams or projects, can’t add or remove users, and can only join public projects.
Project guests are even more limited in what they can see than a Team Guest. They are only able to view specific projects that they're invited to, rather than entire Teams. They are unable to create new projects, can't add or remove users, and can't join another project without an invite.