When you create a new Spark account, you will by default be the account owner and super user on the account. But what if you want more than one person to access your account? That's where teams comes in.
An important part of Spark is ensuring that your team can work together seamlessly to build content, measure the work, and team up together to scale your digital presence.
Spark supports unlimited team members on growth plans and higher. You can also control the permissions of each user as an admin or account owner. This article will walk through team and permissions management.
Part one: inviting new team members
To get started, go to your account settings [my.spark.app/settings]. Here you will see a section called teams. You will see your own account there by default.
Click the plus button on the right hand side to add a team member. A sidebar will slide out with options to add the user's name, email address, role with the company, and bio. Note: the bio is used in blog posts as an author bio.
Part two: choosing the right role
Spark offers a range of roles that set specific permissions for the user based on what they will be doing in the account.
Here is a list of all the roles:
- Owner - Super user on the account
- Admin - Access to all features, including ability to create and delete users
- Manager -All features except billing and teams
- Contributor - All content types but unable to publish
- Designer - All content types and publishing, integrations, elements, styles
- Developer - All content types, publishing, integrations, elements, styles
- Billing - Access to billing information and invoices
Part three: user access
Once you select the role and invite the user they will receive an email from Spark inviting them to claim their account. A special link in the email will allow them to set their password the first time they login. From there, they will have access to Spark with the permissions you've set.