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Using Torii Role-based access control (RBAC)

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In this article, you will learn how to create, edit and remove custom Torii roles

Overview

Torii provides a very granular Role-based access control (RBAC).

With role-based access control, Torii admins have the ability to invite additional Torii members with specific very access rights.

Using custom roles, you can, for example, invite a member from the finance team to Torii's admin console with the permissions only to update financial data, but without any permission to update any other settings in Torii.

💡 Only users with the Admin role can create, edit and remove custom roles

Creating Custom Access Roles

  1. From the left sidebar menu, go to Settings >> Roles >> Add role buttonmceclip1.png
  2. In Role name, name your new role. The role name must be unique.
  3. In Description, provide a meaningful description of your role.
    This will be used later when you assign users to roles.
  4. Select the relevant scopes for this role. Either full-access or read-only
    See Torii User Roles (Permissions Guide) for a full explanation of the various scopes.mceclip2.png

Edit Custom Access Roles

You can only edit the custom access roles.
The two predefined roles Admin and Read-only cannot be edited or removed.

  • From the left sidebar menu, go to Settings >> Roles

  • Hover on the line with the role you would like to edit

  • The pencil icon will appear. Click the icon to open the edit role dialog box.mceclip4.png

Remove Custom Access Roles

You can only remove the custom access roles. The two predefined roles Admin and Read-only cannot be edited or removed.

A role that has users associated with it, cannot be removed. You should first remove the users or associate them with a different role.

  • From the left sidebar menu, go to Settings >> Roles
  • Hover on the line with the role you would like to remove
  • The trash icon will appear. Clicking this icon will remove the rolemceclip6.png

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