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i have many projects , how can i configure the permeation for each one so the users of project 1 can not see the other projects?

Hi there , 

 

i have many projects, and for each project i have users , 

 

i do not want the users of project "A" to see the details of the project "B" , how can i set the permissions for that . 

 

thank you .

 

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Hi Bader,

You can have a permission scheme for each project. Please refer to Managing Project Permissions for further information.

Thanks and regards,
Paula Silveira 

An alternative approach is to assign your users to project roles per project as required.

In the permission scheme give 'Browse Projects' to only the set of project roles that you use.

Then if a user has no role on a specific project then they will not be able to see the project.

 

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