Yulio’s folder permissions allow you to set up VR project folders to match your workflow – you can create folders by user, by project, by client name, by type of project, etc.
You can set permissions to individual folders, to protect work from accidental edits or deletions and better satisfy your clients’ NDA or privacy requirements.
On the Projects page, you’ll see a list of folders on the left. The general folder that every user on your account with a Yulio seat has access to, is called “Team.” All of your projects are in this Team folder, until you decide what other folder structure you want to use. Or you can leave them as is and continue storing everything in the Team folder indefinitely.
The solid black folders are private folders to you or anyone you have given access to.
To create a new folder, hit the Create New Folder button.
Simply drag folders to move them.
VR projects can be created directly in the Team folder to appear on the home page. You can also now create sub folders under the Team folder. Everyone in your company with a Yulio seat will have access to the sub folders and VR projects under/in the Team folder.
This is a good way to opt out of using folder permissions (for customers who don’t necessarily need a permission model)
Once you’ve created a new private folder, Admin users can adjust folder permissions, by picking from a drop down list of Yulio users and assigning a permission level. They can also provide access to all users.
To assign user permissions, highlight the folder you would like to edit and then click on the three dots next to the folder name.
Then select Permission.
Here you can manage folder access by adding users, adding all users and removing users.
Here are a couple of tips on Folder Permissions:
Folder permissions will help you organize and control access to your projects, and are part of our commitment to making VR a simple and intuitive part of your workflow.
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