The Users tab displays all users accessing this integration and their assigned permission levels. You can also + Invite users to the account if you’re an account owner.
The Name column displays the user’s full name as it’s written in their account profile. Account owners can use the Actions menu to manage an account’s permissions and transfer ownership of an account as long as the new owner’s email address is not already associated with any other account.
Tip: Add users to your account by email address rather than creating one global account that everyone in your organization uses. This way, you can keep track of changes in the audit logs and restrict individual users.
The Email column displays the email address associated with the user. You can update your Celigo account email address if necessary.
The Status column displays whether or not the user has accepted their invitation to become a user in your organization’s instance of integrator.io. Only an account administrator can add or remove access to their organization’s Celigo integrator.io account.
- Pending means the user has not yet accepted the invitation to your account.
- Accepted means the user has accepted the invitation to your account.
- Dismissed means the user dismissed the invitation to your account.
The Enable user column allows you to revoke access without deleting the user from the account. If off, the user can’t switch to this account from their Accounts drop-down list.
The Notifications column enables you to receive email notifications if any flow fails or a connection goes offline (and subsequently comes back online). If you enable notifications, you’ll receive them for every instance of the failed connection across all integrations and flows.