Manage access rights to contracts and folders

Learn how Tomorro allows to manage and grant access to contracts and folders.

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Written by Anne-Thaïs
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Thanks to the folders/subfolders in the repository, Tomorro allows you to granularly manage members' access to the folders and contracts stored in these folders.

Rights management can be done at the main folder but also at the subfolder level, for example, if you only want to give access to a subfolder.

Give access to a folder

To give access to a folder, first, enter the folder by clicking on it.

Then click on "Share" at the top.

Here you can add groups or individual members to the folder.

If the folder contains subfolders, the people to whom you have given access will automatically have access to them. The child folder inherits the rights of the parent folder.

💡 By adding groups or members to a folder, you give them read-only access to everything in the folder: contracts stored in it, but also subfolders/sub-subfolders etc and the contracts that are stored in those subfolders etc.

Remove access to a folder

To remove a group or member's access to a folder/subfolder, the procedure is the same as for adding members/groups to a folder.

1) Click on the folder in question, then on "Share" at the top.

2) Here, while hovering over the name of a member or a group, click on the cross that appears to the right of the name (see below).

By deleting a member or a group of members from a folder, they will no longer be able to access the folder from their repository, nor the contracts stored in the folder or sub-folder.

💡 Access to a contract is maintained when a member is a project participant. The contract will appear directly in the repository.

👉 To learn how to add a member as a Participant to a contract, go here: Add an internal participant to a contract.

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