Permission Control

Within viaSocket Tables, you can invite multiple members to join your organization. This ensures that everyone who needs access to the Tables is included in the workspace.


With permission control, you can assign specific roles to each member. There are two main roles: user and admin. Admins have more privileges, such as the ability to add other users to the organization, while users have standard access permissions.


Admin Privileges  

Admins have the authority to manage the organization and its members. This includes tasks like inviting new users, removing existing users, adjusting permissions, and overseeing the overall operation of the Tables environment.

User Access

Users, on the other hand, have access to create, edit, and delete tables and views within the organization. They can work with the data and collaborate with team members, but they don't have administrative rights to modify organization settings or add new users.

Centralized Control

Permission control ensures that access to sensitive data is managed centrally. Admins can regulate who can view, edit, or manage Tables, providing a secure and controlled environment for collaboration.

Imagine you're managing a project with a team of colleagues. You, as the project lead, are the admin of the viaSocket Tables organization. You invite your team members as users. They can access the project Tables, create new tables, add data, and collaborate on views. However, only you, as the admin, have the authority to add new members to the organization or adjust their permissions.

By implementing permission control in viaSocket Tables, organizations can ensure that access to data is carefully managed, promoting security, accountability, and efficient collaboration among team members.