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Edit User's Permissions and Login Information
Edit User's Permissions and Login Information

Editing someone's permissions or login, like their email or password, is easy to change in CompanyCam. You can change this on the web!

Written by Alex Pickens
Updated over a week ago

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Before you start

  • To edit a User's permission role you need to have the Admin or Manager role. If you don't have that role, ask an Admin on your company's account for permission.

  • When adding a new User to your CompanyCam account, that User, by default, will have the Standard role.

  • At this time you are only able to edit Users from the web application.

Edit User's Permissions

  1. Log into CompanyCam and choose Users from the menu on the left side of the screen.

  2. Find a User by typing in their name in the search bar, click on the Three Dots in the upper right corner of the User's card you wish to change, and select Edit.

  3. Select the User Role that best matches what that person will be doing. Roles are Admin, Manager, Standard, and Restricted. Click Learn More under each role to see more about who that is good for. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Save Changes.


  1. Click on the dropdown menu in the role column next to a User's name to edit their permissions.

  2. Select a new permission role from the dropdown menu.

Edit a User's login information

  1. From the Users tab, click on the Three Dots in the upper right corner of the User's card you wish to change and select Edit.

  2. Within the User Settings, click on Change Email Address or Password.

  3. Next, you will need to confirm YOUR password before you can update the User's login information.

  4. After you've confirmed your password, you can update the User's email address and/or password.

  5. Once everything is updated, make sure to click Save Changes at the top of the page.

Now that you've edited the user permissions you may want to keep track of what they've contributed. Here's how to quickly keep up to date on what each user has been working on.

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