Twake has several levels of rights. Users belong to one or more workspaces within the company. They can have different statuses inherent to their membership to the company or workspace
He's the administrator of the whole company. He can:
Allow connectors and applications to be installed in workspaces
Change the corporate identity
Giving/withdrawing the right "Owner of the company" to a member of the company
By default, the creator of the company is the administrator.
He's the team administrator. He has the same rights as a user. In addition, he can:
Add/remove connectors and applications in the workspace
Changing the identity of the workspace
Adding members to the workspace
By default, the creator of the workspace is the administrator. This right can be cumulated with that of a company administrator.
The "user" right is the default right of a member in a workspace. It can :
Read and send messages to public and private chat channels (to which he has been invited)
Create, modify, delete documents from the drive
Create, edit, delete events and calendars
Create, modify, delete tables and tasks Invite users to the workspace
Create a workspace within the company
This status is intended for people from outside the company who work actively in the team. They can work as a normal user. However, he or she cannot create a workspace or invite members to the company.
This status is intended for external partners working on a specific topic with the team. This invitation corresponds only to a discussion channel. Users invited to a discussion channel have access only to this channel and the associated tabs.