Permissions in Asset Bank

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Below is the list of permissions you can assign for Asset, Asset Management, Brand, Collections, Content Customization, Homepage, Preset, Reporting, Sharing, System Admin, Taxonomy, Users and Permissions, and Waiting Room. Heavy, Regular, and Light Users define these.

All of these can be added to certain Permission Groups created in the Permissions Management section of your portal.

Bynder has a default set of rights that define these permission types' capabilities. However, you can customize these to fit your use case. 

Asset

 

Heavy user

Regular user

Light user

  • Manage brands - Allows users to create, delete, and modify {{brands}}.

  • XML import (if available) - Allows users to import XML

  • Export metadata CSV file on download - Allows users to export and download the asset metadata to a CSV file.

  • Show all assets as watermarked - Displays all assets as watermarked (set it for specific user profiles).

Asset Management

Heavy user

Regular user

Light user

  • Edit non-editable metaproperties on assets - Allows users to edit those not configured as editable.

Brand

Heavy user

Regular user

Light user

   
  • View assets for all brands - Allows users to view assets for all brands.

Collections

Heavy user

Regular user

Light user

 
  • Access to collections published online -Allows users to view the Public Collections Tab in the Collections overview.

  • Create collections - Allows users to create collections from assets.

  • Transfer collection ownership - Allows users to transfer the ownership of a collection.

Content Customization

Heavy user

Regular user

Light user

  • Manage content customization - This permission is necessary for maintenance by Bynder and shouldn't be enabled for admin and user profiles.

   

Homepage

Heavy user

Regular user

Light user

 
  • Restrict access to the dashboard - Hides the dashboard/homepage for users.

Preset

Heavy user

Regular user

Light user

   

Reporting

Heavy user

Regular user

Light user

   

Sharing

Heavy user

Regular user

Light user

  • Create general asset bank filters - Allows users to create general Asset Bank filters for portal-wide usage.

 
  • Share assets - Allows users to share assets.

  • Create personal asset bank filters -This allows users to create and share their personal Asset Bank filters.

  • Share assets with user groups - Allows users to share assets with user groups.

  • Access to Bynder Express - Allows users to share files using the Bynder Express.

  • View personal transfer history - This allows users to view their Bynder Express transfer history.

  • View transfer history from others - Allows users to view the Bynder Express transfer history from others.

  • Manage 'require login' on shares - Allows users to ensure that only logged-in users can access their share.

System Admin

Heavy user

Regular user

Light user

  • Manage the look & feel of the portal -Allows users to change the background of the login page and the logo.

  • Create Bynder API tokens - Allows users to create API tokens.

  • View Bynder API tokens - Allows users to view API credentials.

  • Revoke Bynder API tokens - Allows users to revoke API credentials.

  • Manage portal settings - Allows users to access portal settings.

  • Restore removed assets- Allows users to restore deleted assets.

  • Restore removed metaproperties - Allows users to restore deleted metaproperties.

  • Restore removed metaproperty options - Allows users to restore deleted metaproperty options.

  • Manage OAuth apps -Allows users to manage OAuth apps.

  • Manage Bynder permanent API tokens - Allows users to manage permanent API tokens.

   

Taxonomy

Heavy user

Regular user

Light user

 

Users and Permissions

Heavy user

Regular user

Light user

 

Waiting Room

Heavy user

Regular user

Light user

  • Audit quarantined assets - Allow users the ability to audit quarantined assets in Waiting room or Quarantine section
 

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