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What does the different roles in Next Field mean?
What does the different roles in Next Field mean?

Here you can read more about the role-structure in Next Field and what the different roles have access to.

Updated over a week ago

Next Field uses a role system to define what the user has access to. The roles are divided into two different levels; 'Company' and 'Project' level. User access on a Company level is for employees working in your company, while users on a Project level can be anyone working with that project; your own organization, partner organizations, and subcontractors.


A Company Admin can invite colleagues to their organization's account in Next Field. They can edit organizational information, and they can set up standardized tags (key-words) to be accessible for all projects that will be created. Learn more about standardized tags by clicking here.

An Admin can also get access to all projects created under their company, whether they have a direct connection to that project or not. Click here to see how you can add yourself to a project.

A normal user has limited access but can edit their personal information, and they can create projects without having to receive an invitation by email from an Admin.


Project owner
The user that creates a project will automatically be regarded as the project owner. The project owner has access to all functions within that project:

  • Delete the project

  • Upload, edit and delete pictures and drawings

  • See, edit and delete all items (Both 'My items' and 'All items')

  • Edit all project information.

  • Create reports based on all items in the project.

  • Invite users to the project, both 'Normal' users and 'Admin' users.

  • Give other users the Project owner role.

Project admin
A 'Project admin'
can do anything a project owner can but does not have the possibility to delete the project, nor give the 'Project owner' title to another user.

Project normal
A 'Normal' user can only create items, receive items, and invite other users to the project, as a 'Normal' user.

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