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Assigning people to your projects

What are the benefits of assigning people to my projects? We explain everything!

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Written by Tida
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Why can I assign people to my project?

You can assign contributors or teams to your projects. This enables you to define who can contribute to a project and in what capacity.

You can assign one or several project manager(s) as well as collaborators.

  • The person defined as project manager is the one workers report to.

  • A project’s contributors can report their work hours on that project.

To do this, first, select the type of assignment:

  • Private: Only people and/or teams assigned to a project will be able to see it and make relevant entries

  • Public: Anyone can see the project and make time entries on it

ℹ️ - The chatbot will only allow you to input time entries on the projects you are assigned to.

Assign teammates

Assigning a collaborator

During project configuration

When creating a project, assigning is the third and final step.

After the project’s configuration

During a project, you can assign new people to it from the edit a project file menu.

How does it affect the chatbot view?

The chatbot will only show projects you or everyone is assigned to.

How does it affect the dashboard view?

The dashboard features a default filter set up for the projects you are assigned to.

Project roles

Project manager

You can assign one or several project managers. To qualify as project manager, you must at least be a manager in Gryzzly.

👉 The person defined as project manager will be identified as the one that contributors report to.

🔴 The choice of project manager will instantly be reflected in the chatbot and the dashboard.

Contributor

Assign everyone or only certain collaborators. Contributors are those who can report their time spent on a project.

🔴 The choice of contributor will instantly be reflected in the chatbot and on the dashboard.

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