Public and Private Projects
  • 15 Sep 2023
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Public and Private Projects

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Article summary

When you create a project, it is public by default. This means that everyone in your organization can access it. You can make the Project private at any time, and invite only specific Members to access the Project.

Regardless of whether your Project is public or private, no one outside of your LandingLens organization can access your Project.

Project Permissions

When you invite Members to your Project, you can choose how they can participate in your Project. This is managed with Permissions. These are the types of Permissions:

  • Upload Data: Users can upload images.
  • Train Model: Users can train the Model.
  • Deploy Model: Users can deploy the Model.
  • Direct Label: Users can label images.

Limit Project Access to Specific Members (Make Private)

  1. Open the Project.
  2. Click Settings in the left sidebar.
  3. Click Edit on the Permission tab.
    Permission Settings
  4. Select Only invited members can access the project.
    Make the Project Private
  5. Click Invite.
  6. Search by name to narrow down the list of users. 
  7. Select the Members you want to invite. 
  8. Select the Project Permissions you want to give the Member. Options include:
  9. Click Add Members to Projects. An email is sent to the users, inviting them to your Project.
    Add Members to the Project

Member Actions on the Permission Tab

The Permission tab on the Settings page allows you to manage Member access to Projects. These are the actions you can perform:

  • Manage Permissions: Edit the Permissions of the Member. This option is only available for Members that have the "Standard" role.
  • Change Role: Projects have three types of Roles—Owner, Labeler, and Standard. 
    • Owners are generally the creators of Projects. They can perform any action on the Project.
    • Labelers can only label images.
    • For Standard Members, you can define their access with Permissions.
  • Transfer Ownership: Make the selected user Owner of the Project.
  • Remove: Remove the Member from the Project.
    Actions on the Permissions Tab
After making an edit, click Done to save your updates. 

Grant Project Access to All Members in Your Organization (Make Public)

If you've made a Project private, you can make it public again. To do this:

  1. Open the Project.
  2. Click Settings in the left sidebar.
  3. Click Edit on the Permissiontab.
    Permission Settings
  4. Select Anyone in the organization can access the project.
    Make the Project Public
  5. Confirm that you want to make the Project public.
    Confirm the Change

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