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Inviting others to your board

To open the Invitation Panel ether;

Open the main menu by clicking the Ideaflip icon top-left of your screen and select Invite, or click the '+' icon top-right of your screen (next to your user icon) 

You can invite your team or guests in two ways, via email or via a link.

Email Invitation
Enter your team/guest email, add a message and select a role from the drop-down.

Links
Simply choose a role from the drop-down and copy the link, then pass this on to your team or guests.

Roles

You need to choose a role for each team member/guest

Owner - Has full control of the board. There should only be one Owner and that should be the board creator unless you are transferring ownership to someone else.

Editor - Can add/change/delete any items by any user but cannot delete the board or have access to any Owner functionality

Contributor - Can add/change/delete any of their own stuff but not anything created by any other user

Viewer - Can only view the board and make no changes at all

None - choose this is you want to effectively remove someone from the board

Further Advice

A shared link has a set role, so if you share an editor link anyone who clicks on it will be granted an editor role.

You can tell if a team member has accepted an invitation because an extra icon with their name will appear next to yours in the top-right of your screen.

If you want to change your team members/guests roles after they have joined your board go to the Main Menu and select Permissions. As an Owner, you can then change each person's role.

Sent out a link in error or need to reset the invites? Go to the Invitation Window by clicking on the plus icon top-right and choose Links. Towards the bottom of this window is a Reset button. This will create new links and all old links will not work.

Has the wrong person already joined? Then go to the Main Menu and select Permissions and select None as their role. This effectively removes them from the board.

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