When you select a member of your project in the Project & Users tab, you can review the profiles of individual project members and make some changes to the data they see. For the selected project member, available actions include the following:
- Review contact information and recent activity
- Review and assign variable values
- Review Data Permissions filters
At the top of the screen, you can see the user's GoodData Platform identifier, which is also their contact email address.
Click the email address to send an email to the member in your default email client.
If you need to update a user's email, see Update a User Email.
The member's project role is listed below their display name.
In the Variables section, you can specify which variable values to apply to the user's reports.
Project variables can be set to specific values for individual project members. They can be applied to one or more reports, enabling project Administrators to control or limit aspects of the data displayed to the specified member. For example, if the member is paid commissions at 6%, you can specify a value of 0.06 for the variable Commission, which could be used as a computational element of a report called, My Commissions.
Variables can be created and assigned default values for the project. For more information on creating variables, see Manage Variables.
To set the value for a member's assigned variable, click Set in the Value column for the variable. Enter a value and click Ok.
In this section, you can review the Data Permissions filters that have been applied to the member.
Data Permissions filters let you apply data access controls based on attribute values to members in the project, so that sensitive or inapplicable data is hidden from them.
Data Permissions were formerly called Mandatory User Filters.
For more information, see Data Permissions.
In this area, you can review the recent actions of the user to create, modify, or delete project objects.
Some additional statistics on the user's activity are displayed in the upper-right corner of the page.