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How do I specify only certain users can see each Project

Currently when I set up a project .. it seems all my users can see every project, even if they are not specifically invited to it. Is it possible to only allow users to see the projects they are invited to join/involved in?

i am using the platform to manage my contractors and don’t want them seeing all my other projects. 

thank you. Peter 

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Jack Brickey Community Leader May 08, 2022

This generally occurs because you have a default role that your users are associated to when they are added. Furthermore this role is provided browse permissions to any number of projects. So be sure not to add these users to the general role. Managing the roles/groups that a user is associated with can be found under settings > user management for the given user,

Thanks Jack I’ll try that. Peter. 

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