Assign permissions (Team plan)

  

In Hootsuite organizations, you can assign permissions to help control off-brand or accidental communications, limit password sharing, and give employees an efficient way to collaborate on the company's social accounts. Hootsuite organization members can have permissions assigned at the organization, team, and social account levels. The permissions control access to each level. New organization members automatically receive default permissions. For more information on Hootsuite  organizations, see Work with a Hootsuite organization (Team plan).

Plans: Team
Business and Enterprise plan members, see Assign permissions (Business and Enterprise plans).

Assign organization permissions

Use organization permissions to determine who has access to manage the structure of the organization.

Overview of organization permissions

There are four organization permission levels: paying super admin, super admin, admin, and default.

The paying account owner who creates an organization is the paying super admin and the only person who can manage billing for the account and delete the organization. The paying super admin can also grant other members super admin permissions.

Each organization permission level can do the following:

Organization permission Paying super admin Super admin Admin Default
Create and delete an organization      
Manage organization billing and add-ons      
Manage the organization profile    
Create and manage vanity URLs    
Add and manage members, teams, and social accounts  
Grant organization permissions to other members  
Create and manage organization link settings and shorteners  
View details for teams they are a member of
View social account they have access to within the organization

 

Super admins and admins inherit Team admin permissions for all of the teams in the organization.

Manage organization permissions

Super admins and admins can manage permissions at this level.

  1. Select My profile profile-icon.png, and then select Social networks and teams.
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  2. Select Manage.
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  3. Point to a team member, select Settings gear.png, and then select Manage permissions.
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Assign team permissions

Use team permissions to determine who has access to manage teams within your organization.

Overview of team permissions

There are two team permission levels - admin and default.

Each team permission level can do the following:

Team permissions Admin Default 
Add and manage team members and permissions    
Manage vanity URLs for the team   ✓   
View other team members, social accounts, and vanity URLs for the team   ✓  

 

Team admins inherit Editor social account permissions for their team.

Manage team permissions

Super admins, admins, and team admins can manage permissions at this level.

  1. Select My profile , and then select Social networks and teams.
    social networks and teams option
  2. Select Manage.
    manage your organization
  3. Point to a team, select Settings settings, and then select Manage permissions.
    manage your team options
  4. Set the team-level permissions for each team member.

Assign social account permissions

Use social account permissions to determine who has access to manage and publish to social accounts in your organization.

Overview of social account permissions

There are three social account permission levels: advanced, editor, and none. These are set for each social account that a member has access to.

Each social account permission level can do the following:

Social account permissions Advanced Editor None
Reconnect and manage the social account    
Grant member access to and manage permissions for the social account    
Promote posts for the Facebook or LinkedIn Page    
Manage RSS feeds for the social account  
Publish content to the social account  
Manage contacts (follows in streams) for the Twitter profile  
No access to the social account    

Manage social account permissions

  1. Select My profile , and then select Social networks and teams.
    social networks and teams
  2. Select Manage.
    manage your organization
  3. Point to a social account, select Settings settings, and then select Manage permissions.
    manage social accounts for your organization
  4. Set the social account-level permissions for each organization member.