Note: This feature is only available with a valid LiveProject Project Collaboration
license or trial account.
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To manage users click the Manage Users tab from the
Note: You can only manage users if you have the rights, and have an active license
Apply the changes done to the users.
Clicking "Reset password" will reset the currently selected users password
- The password is reset on the LiveProject Server to a random one.
- A new e-mail with a new temporary password is sent to the e-mail address of the user.
- The users status is set back to PENDING.
- The user will be prompted to change his password on his next login attempt.
These steps are similar to what happens if the user resets his own
password, using his security question and answer.
A user can be in either of these two states:
A user is in PENDING state after first being invited by a manager, and does
not reach PERMANENT state until he has successfully logged into LiveProject the
If you invite a user and he remains in PENDING state it could be because the
e-mail address was wrong and he never got the invitation, or perhaps the e-mail
was being caught by a SPAM filter. As a manager, you can always delete PENDING
users and re-invite them.
Clicking "Delete user" will permanently remove the user from LiveProject.
You can of course invite the user again if need be, but internally in LiveProject,
that will be considered a new user. Use with caution.
Invite other users
Users with rights to invite others can invite other users
to join LiveProject. This may affect your account, as each registered user
takes up one license. Usually only managers should be allowed to do this.
Edit other users
User can edit other users information, such as name and e-mail. Usually only managers
should be allowed to do this.
Delete other users
User can delete other users accounts. This will free up a license (unless the account
was pending, in which case it does not occupy a license in the first place). Usually
only managers should be allowed to do this.
Edit own E-mail
Allow user to edit his own e-mail address. This is normally OK, but could be prevented
for security reasons.
User is an administrator and is given extended rights within LiveProject in addition
to having the rights to invite, edit and delete users. For example, an administrator
can delete resources belonging to other managers. Only administrators can assign
other administrators. Please use with care.