Integry enables you to invite your team members to collaborate on your projects and build integrations together for your end-users.
Simply, click on your profile avatar and click on Account Settings (shown above).
Here, you can add two types of users or collaborators to your account or your team.
Test Users: These are the whitelisted users who can beta test your integrations before you make them live for your end-users.
Users: These are your team members who can collaborate with you on your tasks in Integry.
Let's first discuss how you can invite your team members and give them access to your account.
Inviting Your Team For Collaboration
Here's how you can invite team members to your account.
Click on Users, enter your team member's email address and click on 'Invite.'
Your team member will receive an email to accept your invite. Once they accept your invitation and sign up on Integry, they can access the (published and draft) App Connectors, Flows, and Deployments in your account.
Revoking Access From a Team Member
If, for some reason, you want to revoke your account's access from your team member, you can do that from your admin account.
Simply go to Users and hover over a user you want to remove. Then, click on the three dots menu that appears in front of the user and click on Revoke Access.
Click on 'Remove' to revoke access and to remove the user from your account.
Some Protocols for Team Members Collaborating in Integry
When multiple team members are collaborating in Integry, the following behaviors occur during an activity overlap.
- If a user is cloning an App Connector, no other users will be able to delete that App Connector.
- If a user has opened a Flow, App Connector, or a Deployment, and is inactive for 10 minutes, they will be redirected to the feature's listings page to prevent unnecessary inactive locks. However, if a user has some unsaved changes and they are inactive, they will not be redirected to the listings page unless they save the changes.
If a team member is currently working on a feature, the other team member(s) can't access it or edit it at the same time. Let's say Fatima added Zahra as her team member and gave Zahra the access to her account. If Zahra is creating or editing a Flow, Fatima will see a Lock sign on that Flow and will not be able to access or edit it unless Zahra closes the Flow (shown below).Similarly, multiple team members cannot edit or access one App Connector or Deployment at the same time.
Adding Whitelisted Users to Your Account
You might want to give specific permissions to some of your end-users. For example, you can let some of your end-users access your unpublished Flows. They can setup integrations for the unpublished Flows, and test the whole end-user experience. You can publish your Flows once the test users approve your Flows.
Integry enables you to add such end-users to your account as whitelisted users.
To add whitelisted users to your account, click on Developers and add the email ID of the end-user. Add as many whitelisted users as you like and click on 'Save' once done.