Chapter 6. Teams

6.1. Introduction to Teams

Multiple developers can be part of a conjoined role within a domain called a team. A team counts as one member of a domain with the same permissions that a standard domain member would have, and you control and manage a team.
Domain members with an administrator role can change the role of a team that is a member of that domain.
Teams and Roles
You can have explicit roles within a domain, and belong to a team which has a role within the domain. The following team roles are available: view, edit, and admin. If you have a specific role, and you are on a team that has a different role, the effective role is the higher of the two roles. Therefore, the following guidelines apply:
  • If you have the view role in a domain, and you are not on a team, you can view the domain.
  • If you are on a team that has the view role in a domain, you can view applications within that domain.
  • If you have the edit role within a domain, and you are on a team that has the view role, you can edit applications within the domain.
  • If you have the view role in a domain, and you are on a team that has the edit role, you can edit applications within the domain.
  • If you do not have an explicit role in a domain, and you are on a team that has the edit role, you are not listed in the domain membership, except within the team.