Each person accessing DF Studio should have an individual user account (not shared), which can be customized with access to the assets and functionality appropriate to each user’s role. Users can be grouped into Teams, enabling bulk updates to their access. For more information about Teams and user permissions, see Control Access With Permissions Settings.
Create a User
For DF Studio accounts supporting more than one user account, users can be added and managed in the “Users and Teams” section of DF Studio settings.
From this page, a new user can be created using the “Add Standard User” button.
A Team can be created using the “Add Team” button. For more information, see Control Access With Permissions Settings. For information about adding an Upload User, see Add an Upload User to a DF Studio Account.
Specify the user’s authentication method. (May not apply to all DF Studio accounts.) The Local Password option refers to a username and password combination that are saved in DF Studio for access to this specific account. Using External DF Studio Account will allow the user to authenticate with an existing username and password from another DF Studio account (for example, another sub-account of the same enterprise account). If available, the Single Sign-On (SSO) option allows a user to authenticate with credentials outside of DF Studio, such as those for accessing corporate email, etc. See Login Methods for more information.
Provide a username and password for the new account, or specify the appropriate options to configure an External DF Studio Account or SSO user. Click “generate password” to fill in a unique password automatically. Each account must have a first name, last name, and email address. For Local Password accounts, a welcome message can be sent to the new user by email, with all of the appropriate account credentials.
This page allows the customization of the user’s base permissions, team membership, and access to billing information. See Control Access With Permissions Settings and View Account Charges for more information about these settings.
Click the “Create User” button to create the new user account.
Modify or Remove a User
From the Users and Teams settings page, click the name of any user (or the “Edit” button to the right of the user’s information) to make changes to that user’s settings.
To modify the settings for a user account that is currently deactivated, it will be necessary to click the “Show Disabled Users” button first.
Modify permissions or user account information, then click the “Update User” button to save the changes.
To remove a user account, change the Status menu to “Disabled” and then click the “Update User” button. The user account will be deactivated and excluded from billing for the account.