In Codebase we've always aimed to allow administrators maximum control over who can access and modify data in their account.

For a long time, Codebase has featured a powerful access control system, allowing you to select which users have read-only or read-write access to the repositories, tickets, and other aspects of each project. However, we've had feedback from administrators who needed to allow different developers to work on different repositories within the same project.

For that reason, we've implemented per-repository permissions. This feature allows you to see at a glance exactly who has access to a repository, and easily grant additional permissions to specific users.

Repository Permissions View

To access this feature, just click the Settings button in any repository, then select the Permissions tab.

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