Member Directory

To access the page, click on the Members page of an Amara team. Access is restricted to team members.


Each row in the Member Directory shows the team member’s full name, role, and total number of completed assignments.


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

  • Number of assignments completed by type

  • Languages listed on member profile

  • Amara username

 


Members page on new Amara teams with four numbered sections




  1. Filter and Sort menu

Located on in the upper left of the page, these filters allow you to narrow down your search results


  1. Team member listing

Click a row to expand it and see the team member’s name, username, role, and languages. Click the Name link in the first column to view the Team Member Profile.


  1. Search bar

Enter either a username or full name to search for a team member


  1. Invite member 

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

  • Invitation: Only team members allowed to invite can add

  • Application: Only administrators can add



Admin features



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


 


If you are an Admin of an Amara team, you can check boxes next to each team member to change their role or remove them from the team using the slide-up menu at the bottom of the page.


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



Changing a Member’s Role:


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

  • Novice 

  • Contributor

  • Project/Language Manager

  • 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.




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


 

Viewing Role Permissions:


Go to your team Settings > Permissions page to learn what actions a team member can perform in each team role.


The changes that you make on the Settings Permissions page will update the 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?


Note: Team Admins can change team settings, edit projects and video feeds in addition to all other permissions.