Over the last year we’ve been working hard to make our authentication and access management experiences for Enterprise Group Admins more intuitive and easier to set up and update. We're excited to share that these features are now live in your Enterprise GroupEnterprise Group - An Enterprise Group refers to the parent dashboard where all global settings are managed, including adding and removing Teammates and End Users, and managing all child projects. dashboard! ✨
️ This is a Staged Rollout!
We're rolling out this new experience to current Enterprise customers over the next few weeks to ensure a smooth transition. You'll see a notification in your dashboard when the functionality is live for your group. If you have any questions don't hesitate to reach out directly to your Product Experience Manager!
This new experience makes it simpler for an Enterprise Group AdminEnterprise Group Admin - An Enterprise Group Admin is referred to as “Admin” in the Enterprise Group dashboard. Enterprise Group Admins can invite, remove, and choose the permission level of other Teammates and End Users. They can also add and remove projects from the Enterprise Group, and access any related project via the project’s dashboard. to manage user permissions and projects within their Enterprise group so that it’s clear who has access—and what type of access—to their Enterprise Group dashboarddashboard - The dashboard, or dash, refers to the admin panel of ReadMe’s platform where all of your projects and settings are housed. Only Project Admins have access to the dashboard. The dashboard is where Admins can edit projects, create and edit documentation, and more.s, related child project dashboards, and/or related child project hubhub - The hub is the end user-facing side of your project, or documentation site. This is where individuals can view and interact with your documentation. For example when you set a page in your dashboard “live”, this becomes visible on the hub-side of your project. Your hub—or hubs if you have multiple projects—is updated through your project’s dashboard. Your hub is visible to anyone with the URL for your documentation, unless you set your project to private.s, as well as makes it easier for teams to maintain, update, and share their project documentation overall.
- Clearer user roles: granting user permissions to your Enterprise Group and/or related projects is easier and more accurate with new, separate pages for Teammates, who manage your documentation, and End Users, who consume your documentation
- Easier login configuration: Enterprise Group Admins now have the ability to configure their preferred login methods for both Teammates and End Users, including SAML configuration
- Simpler multi-project visibility and management: routine enterprise activities, including inviting users to your documentation, and adding, editing, and managing the visibility of projects within an Enterprise group is now easier, and faster, to do at scale
The new Enterprise experience is available to all new Enterprise customers as of February 14th, 2022, and began rolling out to current Enterprise customers as of March 16th, 2022. The full roll out to Enterprise customers will be staged over a few weeks. If you are reading this in or after April 2022, are an Enterprise customer, and do not see these changes live in your Enterprise dashboard, feel free to reach out to your Product Experience Manager and they’ll be able to help you get set up!
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You may notice that the sidebar in your Enterprise Group dashboard is looking a little different. To make it easier to distinguish between user roles, the former, unified Members page in your dashboard is now two separate sections: (1) Teammates and (2) End Users. We’d previously heard from our Enterprise Group Admins and Enterprise Group OwnerEnterprise Group Owner - There is one owner per Enterprise Group, referred to as “Owner” in the Enterprise Group dashboard. The Enterprise Group Owner has the same access privileges as an Enterprise Group Admin. Additionally, ReadMe Product Experience Managers will contact Enterprise Group Owners as the primary point of contact for decisions and updates related to renewals, beta programs, and new feature releases.s that it could be confusing when trying to manage permission settings, especially within Enterprise Groups with multiple child projects, so we set out to improve that. We’ve also improved the experience of bulk inviting individuals to projects to clarify what permission levels Enterprise Admins and Owners can grant these individuals and more intuitively communicate what projects these individuals have access to within an Enterprise Group—whether some, all, or no access to child projects.
Teammates refer to members of your team who manage (write, update) documentation for your projects and therefore may need access to the dashboard for either your Enterprise Group or certain projects related to your Enterprise Group.
In the top Settings section, you’ll configure how TeammatesTeammates - Teammates are members of your team who manage (e.g. write, edit, update) documentation related to your Enterprise Group projects. Teammates can have one of three permissions: Admin, Viewer, or Custom. who you grant project or group access to will login. If you choose to enable, Domain Safelist allows you to simplify the login process for members of your team by setting a domain and allowing anyone with an email address at that domain to create a ReadMe account. This is also where you’ll configure SAML, if you choose to use it for authentication. Your Product Experience Manager can help with setting up SAML should you want support and, once configured, your URL details will appear here. You can choose to Enforce SSO which ensures that anyone with Teammates access will have to login via SAML in order to access your ReadMe projects or group. You can also default to an access type, which is great if, for example, you enable Domain Safelist.
Have a Question About Login Configuration?
We’re working on more in-depth documentation about each of the available login configuration methods! In the meantime, please reach out directly to your Product Experience Manager and they’ll gladly walk you through the configuration process step-by-step!
On the lower portion of the Teammates page is where you can quickly get a snapshot of all projects within your Enterprise Group, who has access to them, and what type of permission level each invited individual has. You can find, filter, and add Teammates and easily identify and change what type of access they have, either to some or all projects. There are three permission levels that you can assign Teammates:
- Group Admin - this role has Admin-level access to the Enterprise Group dashboard as well as the project-level dashboards of all related child projects
- Group Viewer - this role has the ability to view all child project hubs, but has no dashboard access—to child project dashboards or to your Enterprise Group dashboard
- Custom - you can customize permission levels for this role, for example granting a mix of Admin and Viewer permissions across your child projects, granting dashboard access to some or all child projects but not to the Enterprise Group dashboard, or granting hub-side viewing privileges to some child projects but not all
End UsersEnd Users - End Users are consumers of your ReadMe projects’ private documentation whom you’d like to grant hub-side access to. As an Enterprise customer, you can invite End Users, define project access, and configure login methods within your Enterprise Group dashboard. are individuals who consume your documentation. They’ll only have hub-side access to your project’s private documentation. There are two pages within the End Users section: (1) End User Login and (2) End User Management.
The End User Login page is where—similar to the Teammates page—you can configure login access for how End Users will login to your ReadMe project, so that they can view your private documentation, as well as set a default access for what type of permission level they have. If you choose the ReadMe Login Method, that’s to allow invited End Users to login via ReadMe’s passwordless login flow. This option allows your End Users to login without having to set up a ReadMe account. This is a white label experience that you can visually customize so that it feels like End Users are logging in to your company’s documentation.
The End User Management page is where you’ll find a complete list of all End Users that have access to private documentation, across all of the projects within your Enterprise Group. You can manually invite an End User here and assign Viewer access (hub-side access) to some or all child projects.
The Projects page serves as a centralized place where you can see and manage all of the child projects related to your Enterprise Group. In addition to being able to view the hub side of any of your projects, you can set a child project to Public or Private from this page as well as reorder how your projects are listed here, head to any child project's dashboard, or remove this project from your Enterprise Group. Only Enterprise Group Admins will have access to these functionalities.
Here’s a live walk-through of the Enterprise authentication and access management experience!
If you’re a current Enterprise customer, please reach out directly to your Product Experience Manager. Otherwise, feel free to reach out to our Support team, either via leaving an Intercom message on this page or emailing [email protected] 👍
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