Unlike job-based permissions , user-specific permissions are a set of individual permissions assigned to individual users who may need to perform additional tasks that fall beyond their blanket permission level (i.e. Basic, Job Admin, Site Admin). By configuring user-specific permissions, your organization can tailor individual user accounts to perform certain tasks without providing any extraneous permissions.
User-specific permissions are organized into two different categories: general and user-specific permissions. In this article, we will cover:
General User-Specific Permissions
General user-specific permissions are tied to the assigned blanket permission level (i.e. Basic, Job Admin, Site Admin) and are not the same across all permission levels. That is, the available general user-specific permission levels for Site Admin are not the same as those for Job Admin, or Basic users.
Site Admin User-Specific Permissions
Job Admin User-Specific Permissions
Unlike general user-specific permissions, which are dependent on the assigned permission level (i.e. Basic, Job Admin, Site Admin), developer permissions are the same across all three permission levels. Typically, developer permissions are user-specific permissions that an individual would need to create and manage an organization's API, webhooks, etc...
For more information on how to configure user-specific permissions, please click here.