This article explains how Projects and Memories are accessible to different team members of an organization.
Projects are owned by individuals, but when a manager of an organization creates a project, the project is treated as a resource of the organization (even if the manager leaves the organization). Below are all the rules for project accessibility.
- Current organization administrators and managers can access all the organization’s projects.
- Translators and reviewers can only access projects they are assigned to (regardless of what organization they are in).
- Projects created by current administrators and managers of the organization are treated as the organization’s projects.
- Projects created by translators and reviewers are always treated as private projects that are not accessible to the organization.
- Projects created by any user while they are not part of the organization are treated as private projects that are not accessible to the organization. Even if the user later joins the organization, projects created before joining remain private.
Projects created by current organization members (including translators and reviewers) can leverage any memories the organization has available.