How do I change permission settings for a team member?

How do I change permission settings for a team member?

Only administrators can update permission settings for other members of the team.

Permissions can only be edited by using our web portal (not the mobile):
  1. Click on the corresponding*Team*from the left hand menu
  2. The contributors are listed at the bottom of the screen.
  3. Click on the*Edit *icon for that contributor
  4. ‚ÄčThis will take you to their profile
Permissions can be independently set for Calendar, Media, SafeKeeper and Messages
  1. Read-Only allows the user to see content but not add or edit.
  2. Create/Edit allows users to see, add and edit content.
  3. No access will cause users to not have any access to that feature.

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