User Roles

As a collaboration platform, WebTranslateIt lets you invite users and define roles. Roles are defined as following.

Organization-based roles

There are 3 kinds of roles for a user in an organization:

Organization Collaborator

An organization collaborator is a person working on an project in an organization (translator, language coordinator, observer, manager). A collaborator doesn’t necessarily have permissions to edit a project or an organization.

Organization Admin

An organization admin can:

  • Create, delete, archive projects for the organization,
  • Add and remove Project Users of all roles,
  • Create and delete Teams,
  • Add and remove Team members of all roles,
  • Assign and unassign projects to different Teams,
  • Change project settings such as Translation Memory and Glossary sharing,
  • Archive projects.

Organization Owner

An organization owner can do all of the above, and is the only person who can manage the organization’s billing and subscription.

Project or Team-based roles

There are 4 kinds of roles for a user in a Project or Team:

Observer (formerly: visitor)

An observer can view a project or a team’s projects in all languages and can participate to discussions. He doesn’t have permissions to translate or proofread anything.

Translator

A translator can view a project or a team’s projects in the language specified. He can also submit translations in a specific language.

A translator can also have the following permissions:

  • Permission to proofread other people’s translations
  • Permission to proofread his own translations

Language Coordinator

A language coordinator has the same permissions as a translator, but also has the permission to add or remove translators in his language on a Team or Project.

Manager

The role of manager is intended for your company’s developers. A manager can do all of the above, and also:

  • Access and edit the project in all languages,
  • Add and remove project languages,
  • Add and delete files,
  • Invite new managers and language coordinators,
  • Change project-level settings.