Doppler has three levels of project-based access: Viewer, Collaborator, and Admin.
The workplace permissions model dictates that users with an Owner or Admin role will always have full access to every project (and environment), while users with a role of Collaborator must be granted access on a per-project (and per-environment) basis.
Collaborators can perform actions that affect the configs they have access to. For example, they can manage secrets, trusted IPs, and service tokens. Collaborators cannot rename or delete configs - renames can break services that fetch secrets via API.
The power of Doppler's project permissions model is that a user's access can be restricted at the workplace level while giving them Admin access on a project level.
This flexible and streamlined model is great for workplace security as it enables the number of workplace users with Owner or Admin access to be reduced as much as possible but without impacting project administration tasks such as adding and configuring integrations.
To see which users in your workplace have Collaborator permissions, head over to the team page.
Now that you have users on your team with collaborator access, let's add them to a project. Go to a project, then click the Access button.
Members can be filtered by name or email. Click to add them to a project.
Select which environments they can access, then click the Add button.
After doing so, they should appear in the Access list.
You can alter the environments a user can access by checking the appropriate boxes.
If you would like to remove a user's access to a project, click the Remove button. Removing a user will immediately revoke access to that project in both the dashboard and API.
Updated 2 days ago