There are two types of member levels: project level and organization level.
If you are a member at the organization level, you would have access to all the projects underneath. If you are a member at the project level, you would only have access to the projects that you have been granted permission.
For example, Brandon and Nathan both have access to all of the projects under their own organizations. However, Nathan can also access to Brandon’s Project 1 because he was granted with permission with Project 1 but not the otherprojects in Brandon’s organization.
Tip: To see the complete member list for those who are involved in your organization, go to the Organization’s Member page.
Another unique kind of member: External Team. When you want to outsource your tasks to someone outside of your team, assign them to an External Team. External Team members can only access the tasks assigned to them.
Learn how to create an External Team.
Project members are Quire users who have been invited and have confirmed to join a particular project.
A project member can add, move, delete, edit tasks in the project.
Manage your project members by going to the Members page of your project: click on the arrow beside the project name.
Note: There are 4 types of project members: Admin, Normal, Limited, Guest. All four have different permission controls over the tasks and members in the project.
Organization members are Quire users who have been invited and have confirmed to join a particular organization. An organization member can access projects underneath the organization, and add, move, delete, edit tasks within those projects.
Manage your organization members by going to the Members page of your organization: click on the arrow beside the project name.
Note: There are 5 types of organization members: Admin, Normal+, Normal, Limited+, Guest. All five have different permission controls over the projects, tasks, and members in the organization.