wProject provides a range of access control permissions. These permissions are structured as follows:
- Creation of tasks
- Assignment and reassignment of tasks to any team member
- Requesting ownership of tasks from other users
- Claiming ownership of tasks that are currently unowned
Team Project Access
Team project access
Dictates how team members can access projects on the front-end. It is essential to note that Project Managers and Administrators possess unrestricted access to all projects, irrespective of this setting.
- Limited (Default): Team members are restricted to accessing only those projects in which they have active tasks.
- Unlimited: Team members enjoy unbridled access to all projects.
Allow project managers access to the WordPress admin area
This authorisation permits Project Managers to access the WordPress admin area. In this capacity, Project Managers can effectively oversee user management and wProject settings. However, it’s important to note that they are not granted the authority to manage plugins.
Default Project Manager
If a user is deleted, any projects they were managing will be inherited by this user.
Note: In a rare situation where the default PM is also deleted, the projects will be assigned to the website administrator.
Team Page Access Control
Deny access to the team page
This option allows for the concealment of the team page, effectively denying access to it. Please be aware that these permissions can not be manipulated by third-party plugins.
How to use
- How unowned tasks work
- What are Task Groups and how to use them
- How to switch between dark and light modes
- How to record time on a task
- How to enable the Kanban board
- How to reassign a task
- Task statuses
- Project statuses
- How to change the status of a task
- How to create a page
- How to edit a project
- How subtasks work
- How to create a task
- How to create a project
- How to transfer management of all your projects
- Why you should delete projects from the front-end
- What are Filter view URLs?
- Contextual help