Based on your account-level permissions you can view your teams via Account Settings > Team Settings. From here you can view existing teams and add new teams to your account. Using teams allows you to group related account users together and grant different roles for those users on the assigned Stacks. This is especially helpful when users within an organisation might need access to a Stack associated with a specific department, e.g development, cybersecurity or operations.
Adding a new team
All Logit accounts have a number of predefined teams that you can use to manage common scenarios such as Administration or Billing. To add a new team choose ‘Create Team’ from the Team Settings screen.
Enter a short, memorable name for your team, select the required roles based on this team’s responsibilities and choose which Stacks this team will be able to access. You can create multiple teams each with different permission levels for the Stacks you’ve specified giving you both flexibility and control.
Specify Levels Of Access for a team member
Once you have configured your team as required, the next step is to add the required users into the teams, to do this choose the team from the Team Settings screen. All users across your account will be displayed. A user can be either a 'Member' of the team or a 'Team Leader.' Members can access all of the Stacks assigned to this team whereas Team Leader is a special role that allows the user to manage, add and remove members from a team but not view Stacks or access Kibana.
Modifying and Deleting teams
By choosing an existing team you are able to update the team name and modify the roles, stacks and team members associated with that team. If the team is no longer required, choose ‘Delete this team’ at the bottom of the screen to permanently remove it. This feature should be used with caution as removing a team cannot be undone!
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