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Access rights

Manage permissions for your private resources such as Actors, Actor runs, and storages. Allow other users to read, run, modify, or build new versions.

You can easily and securely share your own resources - Actors, tasks, key-value stores, datasets, and request queues - with other users by using a granular permissions system. This enables you, for example, to let your colleague run an Actor or view a dataset but not modify it.

To be able to grant access rights to another user, you must have a username set in account settings.

You can also grant permission to update an Actor and build a new version. Storages (key-value stores, request queues, and datasets) are sharable in the same way as a read permission or a combination of both read and write permissions.

To share an Actor, task, key-value store, request queue, or dataset, click on the Actions button in the top-right corner and select Share. You can add a collaborator by using their user ID, email, or username. Once you have added the collaborator, you can configure their permissions.

Access rights configuration