- Organizations (Teams)
- Organization Scope/Alias
- Changing a Team Member’s role
- Automatic Team Enrollment
- Subscription Utilization
- Creating a Group
- Adding Group Members
- Uploading Group Member Emails
- Automatic Group Enrollment by Email Domain
An organization is a set of users under the same billing plan.
Users within an organization can have one of five roles:
- Admin: can manage the organization, its members, and deployments
- Manager: can perform non-destructive admin actions
- Developer: can create/edit bricks, including in the organization scope
- Member: can use bricks within the organization scope
- Restricted (default): must be added to a group in order view or edit bricks within the organization
The organization scope, e.g.,
@pixiebrix is an alias used in the ids of bricks that can be made available within the organization
Changing a Team Member’s role
If you decide to change a current team member’s role in your team you can do so by clicking on their name in the team list on the Members screen.
Once there, you can edit the role of the member by clicking on the Role row. This will show a dropdown which will allow you to select a new role for the member. It will automatically apply the new role on change.
Automatic Team Enrollment
PixieBrix can be configured to automatically associate users with a given email domain with your organization. Team members can automatically added with one of two roles:
To view your organization's seat utilization under your billing plan, click on the "Subscriptions" on the Team Card:
PixieBrix will display the number of Daily Active Users (measured by unique email addresses) and the contribution toward your billing plan utilization:
Groups are sets of users that have access (read or edit) to any number of bricks and shared integration configurations. Additionally, an Admin can associate a Deployment with one or more groups to have PixieBrix automatically deploy those deployments out to those users.
Creating a Group
To create a Group, select the “Groups” menu item in the side nav, and then click Create Group:
Adding Group Members
To add Group Members, click the “Add Members” button, and select one or more registered accounts. To add unregistered team members to the group by email, see “Uploading Group Member Emails” below.
Uploading Group Member Emails
To upload a list of group members, click the “Upload” button on the Group Detail page. In the dialog, upload a CSV file with a “Email” column.
When you select a file, PixieBrix will show a summary of the membership changes:
Unlike when using the “Add Members” dialog, you can provide email addresses that aren’t currently registered with PixieBrix. When an individual with that email address registers with PixieBrix, they will automatically be added to the group (and your organization).
Automatic Group Enrollment by Email Domain
PixieBrix can automatically associate users with a given email domain with a group. Automatic Group Enrollment is commonly used in conjunction with Deployments to automatically distribute bricks to agents