What do the different member access permissions mean?
Viewer: a member who can only view the files in the folder
Contributor: a member who can view and add files
Editor: a member who can add files and edit descriptions and titles
Curator: a member who can add files, edit descriptions and titles, rearrange and delete folders, create folders, and delete files
Owner: a member that has full ownership rights to all the contents of the folder (there can multiple owners)
Three Ways to Control Access to Records in Your Archive
As the owner of an archive, you have three ways to grant access to records in your archive to other people. In order from least restrictive to most restrictive: Publish to the web – choose this option if you want anyone to easily access your records ...
Roles for Collaboration and Sharing
Both sharing with archives and collaborating with members allows users to control accessibility to records and workspaces in an archive via Roles. Roles are predetermined sets of permissions that determine the limits of how accounts and archives can ...
Archive and Records Action Glossary
There are a number of actions that an account can take on records and archives in Permanent.org. These include: Create Uploading a file Creating a new folder Read Navigating into a folder Reading metadata for a specific folder Reading metadata for a ...
What does it mean when my file is processing?
If you have uploaded a large file (such as a video file) or uploaded many files at once, you may see a screen when you try to view a file that says that the file is processing and to check back later. When files are uploaded to Permanent, they go ...
When you create an account, we automatically create a default Archive in your name but you have the ability to create as many Permanent Archives as you want and manage them all from one account. You can create a Permanent Archive for another person, ...