When you first log in, you will automatically be added to a team named
default team is meant to serve as a catch-all team where work can be shared with anybody that has a login. In most cases however you will be working with a specific group of collaborators (a.k.a. a team) on a particular project.
Creating a Team
Creating a new team is restricted to users with
Adminrights to your Engine ML cluster. If you are unsure as to who the admins are, please contact support
You can create a new team by navigating to Teams and Users and clicking on
Create New Team. Follow the prompt to fill out the team details. Once the team is created, you are now ready to add members to your team. Note that only users that are already a part of your Engine ML cluster can be added as part of a team. Verify that all users have been invited to Engine ML before adding members to the team.
Inviting Users to Engine ML
As mentioned above, users first need to be invited to Engine ML before they can be added to a team. On the Teams and Users page, click
Invite User and fill out your colleague's profile as needed. Note that most users should be added with the role
Member unless they require administrative privileges as outlined in the prompt.
Note that when a user is invited to use Engine ML, they must first reset their password via the Engine ML login screen. Once their password is reset, they will have access to the Engine ML cluster.
Adding Team Members
Once your teams and users are setup, navigate to the individual teams by clicking on them on the Teams and Users page. Note that teams get their own unique URLs in the form of
/<team-name> and can be navigated to directly.
Once on the teams page, navigate to the
People tab and click on
Add Member. Select the user you would like to add to the team. It is recommended that you add at least one member with the role
Admin so that the team can be managed by the team administrators. The team is now setup and all members now have full access to the team's projects (see projects).