Frequently asked questions about permissions on Teams. If you need assistance or have additional questions about Teams on Practice, please send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Who has the ability to set Stripe for my organization?
The organization owner is the only one who can set the centralized billing for the organization
What are the shared parts of Practice in my organization?
Schedulers, services, forms, and libraries are shared universally across the organization.
Can I change the permissions of a member in my organization?
Yes, at any time you can modify the permissions of a member of your organization.
Who can change permissions for a member of my organization?
The owner and members with org owner or partner access has the ability to invite new members to the organization.
Can I view the last sign-in date of a member?
Yes, to view the last sign-in date of a member of your organization, access your teams page
Who can invite a new member to my organization?
A member with the permission as owner or partner can invite new members to the organization
What can a member see with the permission of Collaborator access?
A member with Collaborator can only see clients that are assigned to them, and shared resources across payments, schedulers, forms, and the library.
Is there anything that is exclusively reserved for just the owner of an organization?
Yes, a member that is the owner of the organization has the ability to control billing and the ability to update/change the credit card on file for the account.
Who do you recommend for Partner access?
Because the Partner access permission allows for a lot of autonomy inside your account, only invite trusted partners, assistants, and colleagues that you trust with access to view and manage all of the parts of your business.
Learn more about Partner access
Who do you recommend for Collaborator access?
Because the permissions collaborator access has more restrictions, this permission can be used for contractors or colleagues that work exclusively with a select few clients.
Learn more about Collaborator client access