Here at RebelMouse, we understand that every editorial team is structured differently. Whether you operate your web property with one editor, or have a network of 1,000+ contributors, it's easy to manage your team through our platform.
To easily add or remove individuals to or from the platform, click Account in the lefthand administration menu or type "YourDomain/core/dashboard/sites in your URL address bar:
Invite individuals to join the platform via email, while selecting that individual's respective role within your web property:
User Permission Levels
Administrator: An Administrator has full control of access and permissions across an entire web property. These controls include:
- Creating, publishing, and deleting content
- Posting content to linked social accounts
- Accessing the Layout & Design tool
- Viewing the Stats dashboard
- Accessing the property's Account section
Editor: An Editor has the same access and permissions that an Administrator does, with the following exceptions:
- They don't have the ability to publish content to a property's linked social accounts (e.g., Facebook, Twitter).
- They can't access the Layout & Design tool.
Guest Editor: A Guest Editor can edit a draft, but not publish content. They cannot access administrative tools either, such as Sections, Layout & Design, Content Sources, or Account.
Guest Writer: A Guest Writer can create a draft, but not publish content. They cannot access administrative tools either, such as Sections, Layout & Design, Content Sources, or Account.
Read Only: A Read Only user can only access the Stats dashboard. They cannot draft or publish content to a web property, access the Layout & Design tool, publish content to social, or access any administrative tools.
Developer: A Developer only has access to the Layout & Design tool. That way they can implement ads and edit a layout or change a design without creating or publishing any content to a site.
Community Member: An Administrator can add anyone they want to a site as a Community Member. A Community Member can then create their own personal profile/account page on the site.
A Community Member can create and publish content directly to their personal account/profile page, though this content will not be featured on the property unless it's specifically featured on a home or section page by an Administrator/Editor. Content published by a Community Member is accessible via the post/article's direct URL.