Whenever you launch a startup with a small team you have to make feature sacrifices, things that you can ‘build in later’ and when building Little Warden, Teams / Additional users was one of them.
Last year during the global pandemic (remember that, I’m glad that’s over and done with) we decided to implement them but it turns out, that’s a lot harder than you think!
Introducing Teams for Little Warden
Here is what you get
- Individual logins and passwords (no more swapping post it notes!)
- Granular access levels limiting actions or projects
Here is what you don’t get
- Per member pricing – Unlimited Users included on all packages (apart from freelancer)
- Team Members cannot modify billing.
How it works
When you create a team member in Little Warden you give them a role, that role has specific abilities and access rights, you can have as many roles as you want, but typically during our testing, most companies have let all users have full access to everything.
What about notification emails already in the system
This was a difficult one I’ll be honest, whilst the original plan was just to instantly convert them into team members, we’d have to assume permissions for all of our accounts and that’s just not possible.
So anyone that is a notification user will get an email allowed them to request Conversion into a team member, when this is clicked, the account owner gets a notification and a direct link to give the user a role.
I wish we could solve this easier but we couldn’t and once everyone is upgraded it won’t be a problem anymore!
As usual, everyone on the team is invited to a quick one2one walk through of the system and capabilities, there will be a direct booking link in your invitation email!