As a powerful app builder for multiple platforms, Starion recognizes the importance of teamwork and seamless collaboration in app development.

To facilitate effective team management, Starion provides a comprehensive set of settings that allow users to create, manage, and collaborate within their teams.

In this article, we will explore the Team Management features in Starion, including general settings, member management, roles, and the vital role of team owners.

Adding a team

  • Click on your profile from the Dashboard.

  • Choose "Profile."

  • In the "Team" section, click "Create a New Team" on the right side.

  • Enter your new team's name.

  • Click the button "Done" to save.

Team branding

The general gettings of your team in Starion allow you to personalize your team's identity and set up the automatic check of the team members's attendance at work.

Upload the logo of your organization, company, or your team here. It can help members quickly distinguish teams if they join several teams on Starion.

Team name

Enter the name of your team. It can be the name of your company or organization or the functional department inside the organization and company.

Location Tracking

Provide the content for the location tracking permission pop-up when the users first access the app. If you don't provide any content but still activate a webhook of geo-fencing, the default content will be as below.

Caution: This team hasn't specified a reason for requesting your location data.


Inviting members

Upon accepting your invitation, new members become part of your team and can contribute to app development projects.

To start inviting:

  • Access the "Members" section, then click the button + Invite Users on the left.

  • Enter the new member's email in the "Invite Internal Users" pop-up. You can add several.

  • Assign the new member a role within your team in "Assigned Role."

  • Click "Send Invitations."

Managing roles

Starion provides a centralized view to manage your team members with their account's essential information.

For roles, Starion offers three distinct roles for team members:

  • Owners: the highest level of authority in a team. They have full access to all apps and team settings. Each team needs at least one Owner to ensure everything runs smoothly. If an Owner decides to leave the team, they must assign the Owner role to another trusted member before departing.

  • Editors: valuable team members who can edit and contribute to the apps. They can view published apps, edit app info, and manage app components, which is essential to app development.

  • Viewers: play as observers and stakeholders. They can access and view apps but don't have permission to make changes or edits. The Viewer role is ideal for clients, stakeholders, or team members who need visibility into the app's progress without directly contributing to its development.

User group

User groups help you group team members with the same access permission to the apps your team is working on.

For example, the group "HR Department" may have access to the app for salary management or recruitment, while the "Sales Team" needs access to product sales or catalogs.

This feature can help eliminate all the repeated steps of assigning access to those with the same permission.

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