Free SciNote has different user roles, which are divided on the level of the team they belong to and the projects they are working on.
At the team level, there are three user roles: Administrator, Normal user, and Guest.
Administrators have the full authority when it comes to managing the team members and the projects. This means they can easily change the role of team members or remove them from the team entirely by clicking on the cog wheel under the Actions column.
The Normal user can create, edit, and archive things within the team. And the last one is the Guest, who can only view things.
All team members can work on shared projects and have different project roles.
First, we have the Owner, who has the full authority when it comes to managing the projects.
The second one is the User, who has very similar rights as the Owner, with the exception of not having the privileges to manage the projects and its users. Furthermore, the User cannot archive the data.
Next, we have the Technician, whose rights are a bit more limited in terms of managing the tasks and protocols. For example, they cannot create, edit or restore a task, nor they can create, edit or delete the protocol steps.
The last one is the Viewer whose permission is to view only.
Here is a document explaining all the user roles and permissions for free SciNote version.