View a list of everyone on your team on the Members page. Find your team through the Amara Team Workspace and click the Members tab at the top of the page to get started.


Each row in the Members page shows the team member’s name, team role, and total number of completed assignments. Click on a member's name to view their team member profile.


Click to expand a team member’s row to view more information:

  • Type of assignments completed

  • Languages listed on their profile

  • Amara username


Find a Team Member

You can search for a specific team member by entering either a username or full name in the search bar. Filters in the upper left of the Members page allow you to narrow down your search results by languages and team roles so you can easily find team managers or admins if you need help.




Admin-only features



Members page on new style team viewed by an admin with a member selected and action items in the slide-up menu




Adding New Members

Admins can choose who can add new members on the Settings page. There are three ways add new members:

  • Open admission: All team members can add members

  • Invitation: Only team members allowed to invite can add members

  • Application: Only administrators can add members


Invite Users to Join

Invite users to your Amara team using their usernames or email addresses. Inviting a member to join a team bypasses the application process.



Go to Settings to manage how new users can join your team.


Review Applications for Potential Members

If the team’s admission policy is set to “Application,” team Admins can access this page by using the Application Review link in the bottom left of the Members page.


 You can filter applicants by their languages spoken. Check the box next to an applicant and then select approve or deny from the slide-up menu at the bottom of the page. You can approve or deny multiple applicants at one time.



Viewing Role Permissions:


Go to your team Settings Permissions page to view or change what actions a team member can perform in each role.


The changes that you make on the Settings Permissions page will update the permissions table at the bottom of the page. This table shows actions that a member can or cannot perform in each team role and can help you answer the following questions about team members in each role:

  • Which assignments can they take?

  • Can they add, update, or remove videos in my team?

  • Can they add or remove members from my team?

  • Can they change another member’s role?

  • Can they create, edit, or delete subtitle requests?



Changing a Member’s Role:

If you are an Admin of an Amara team, you can change a team member's role or remove them from the team on the Members page. Select a member by clicking the box next to their name. Then you can use the menu that slides up at the bottom of the page to change their role or remove them from the team.


Admins of Amara teams can change a team member’s role to one of the following:

  • Limited Contributor

  • Contributor

  • Project/Language Manager (Collaboration teams only)

  • Manager


Owners can additionally change a team member’s role to Administrator or Owner.


When an Administrator or Owner sets a team member’s role to Project/Language Manager, they must select at least one project or language for which the team member will have managerial permissions.  Based on what is chosen, their role will display on the Members page as either Project Manager, Language Manager, or Project/Language Manager:


Change role dialog with project and language selectors highlighted for a project/language manager role



  • Project/Language Managers will not have access to the team's Settings page.

  • When a Project/Language Manager opens the team's Requests page, they will see the links to Requests for the languages that they've been assigned to manage, and/or links to the Projects that they manage the Requests for. Click on the language to see the list of Requests for that language, and assign or edit the Requests as necessary. Click on the project to see the list of Requests for videos in that project, and assign or edit the Requests as necessary.


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