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How can I add, remove and manage users in the Gelato Dashboard?

This Users section of the Gelato Dashboard (Settings > Users) contains a list of all your users, allows you to create new users (Add user button at the top-right corner) and to manage them. By clicking on the name of the desired user, you can update their information or assign them a role, as well as delete the account.



When adding a new user, you can select different roles and customized permissions. The main default roles you will find are:

  • Admin: This role has full permissions including managing other users and account features
  • Customer Support: This role comes with a predefined set of permissions that are normally suited for your Customer Support agents, such as view and create orders
  • Developer: This role comes with a predefined set of permissions that are normally suited for developers in your team responsible to set up the integration
  • Custom permissions: You can always customized the predefined permission levels according to your specific needs




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