Repository permissions

In Beanstalk user permissions depend on whether a user is:

  • a regular user
  • an admin
  • an account owner
Account owners and admins have rights to see and manage all repositories and to manage to which repositories regular users will have access.
Regular users have rights to read from or write files to a repository. Users that have no rights to access a repository will not see that repository when they login to their account.
Permissions to repositories are repository based at the moment, which means you can't set up permissions for folders in your repositories.

If you would like other users to be able to access your repository you can enable anonymous access to your repository. To learn how to setup anonymous access, read the article here.

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