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Roles & Permissions


Restya Core's Roles and Permissions structure includes a 100% configurable framework that gives you full oversight over framework access. Jobs can without much of a stretch be characterized and afterward rejuvenated by means of a simple to-utilize Permissions task interface. You could settle on wide based jobs that include a larger part of Restya Core's highlights or you may lean toward centered jobs attached to highlight explicit usefulness.

A Role-based Approach

Restya Core helps you to manage how employees use the app based on their requirements — afterall, no two users are alike… a Admin has a much different set of needs compared to a Manager. This is accomplished via Roles, a free-form structure that enables you to define who is using Restya Core and then, via Permissions, define how they use the app. Of course, if such flexibility isn’t immediately needed, you can always opt to use our awesome default roles!

Managing System Access

After you've set up who is utilizing Restya Core (Roles), you can determine what kinds of usefulness they can get to (Permissions). The Permissions interface is coordinated by highlights, for example, Projects, Issue following, and tasks. This adaptability gives you the choice to carry out either a wide based design (e.g., a small bunch of parts with numerous authorizations), an all the more barely characterized structure (e.g., different jobs with explicit useful access), or maybe a blend of both.


Rather than assigning individual permissions directly to each user, permissions are grouped into roles, and then grant permissions to each role our Restya Core.

Restya Core uses a concept of Roles, designed to give the Administrator the ability to control what users can and cannot do within the Restya Core. A Restya Core Administrator can manage the user access to such tasks as creating Projects, creating tasks, moderating comments, managing themes, and managing other users, by assigning a specific role to each of the users.

What types of Restya Core Roles there?

Restya Core has four pre-defined roles: Admin, Manager, User, and Outsider. Each role is allowed to perform a set of tasks called Capabilities. There are many capabilities including “create projects“, "adding tasks“, and “edit users“. A default set of capabilities is pre-assigned to each role. Assign the most suitable role to each user, giving them the most appropriate level of control and not more.

The Admin role allows a user to perform all possible capabilities. Each of the other roles has a decreasing number of allowed capabilities. For instance, the user role has just the “Create project” capability. One particular role should not be considered to be senior to another role. Rather, consider that roles define the user’s responsibilities within the Restya Core.


Users can take one of four roles within their Workspace: Admin, Manager, User, or Outsider


Administrators are dependable for the configuration of Restya Core.They control the underlying set-up, the look and believe, and the design of undertaking work processes, tasks, and for the most part what the end client can see and connect with.

Administrators are individuals that can be trusted to deal with your Workspace. As well as all that clients can do.

What can an admin do?

Here's a breakdown of what an Admin can do:

  • manage users, manage permissions, and manage workflows
  • Importing, Exporting, and managing Integrations
  • Manage user roles, imports, integrations, and other Workspace settings

Admin have complete control over the capablities in the Restya Core.

Admin – an element of Configuration Manager for Restya Core just as an independent Restya Core application – is a high level organization apparatus which empowers you to look for design components, comprehend their conditions and use, and perform activities like altering or arranging them. Admin for Restya Core permits you to design and enhance Restya Core simpler, quicker, and with more certainty.


Manager are eventually responsible for Restya Core Workspace. Manager, low level of admin role. Manager has control over all project-level access likewise admin.


Users are responsible for working in specific Restya Core projects

Users are given access to a project's tasks, and, depending on their permissions, work on the tasks by commenting on it, transitioning it through its workflow, and closing it when complete. user has low degree of activities access which contrasted with Manager role. that implies can't add, alter, and delete a projects.

User can access the capabilities

  • access your tasks
  • work with tasks
  • search for tasks


Outsider has limited role, is similar to User, but cannot assign projects to anyone. They cannot participate in a public chat and have no access to the project members.


Permissions are settings inside Restya Core applications that control what users inside those applications can see and do. All Restya Core applications permit an assortment of authorizations: from whether users can make new tasks to whether a client can see a particular kind of remark on an task.

Perfect cases to use permissions.

Do you have touchy data that you need secured? Do you not totally believe that individuals you welcome will not jumble something up? Or on the other hand, possibly you simply need some significant serenity when sharing.

Managing Permissions

we need to guarantee that the force is in your own hands to limit the survey or altering of information to the individuals what it's identity is intended for. Thus, we offer a few distinct sorts of authorizations for you to redo!


Types of permissions


  • Create & Edit
  • View
  • Edit
  • Delete

Create and Edit (Full)

Allow the members to create new one. Ability to create tasks and projects etc... in our Restya Core.


Users with the ‘view’ permission can view all capablities in Restya Core. View permission allow the user to view the data of projects, tasks. etc..


Ability to edit data in the Restya Core. Edit permission allow the user to edit the data of projects, tasks, users etc..


Ability to remove data in the Restya Core.It allow the user to remove the data of projects, tasks, users etc. By Default, Delete permission accessible by the admin and manager (or) data owner have the access to delete it.

Intuitive Restya Core Access Control

  • Role-based: Define what type of users can use Restya Core environment.
  • Permissions: Specify detailed permissions outlining how users can operate the Restya Core system.
  • Authentication: Control which users, or user groups, can access project features based on role.
  • Workflow: Manage access to workflow based on the types of users.
  • Flexibility: Create roles & permissions sets or use our pre-defined defaults.
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