You may have created the Kissmetrics account initially, but you can provide your team access to Kissmetrics data. Suppose you are the front-end designer responsible for implementing Kissmetrics, but you would like to provide access to reports for the Product Managers, Back-end Designer, CEO, CTO, and so on. Start by inviting them to see your site’s data via
This article will explain the different levels of permissions you can give your team.
- View metrics
- View reports. You can make dynamic changes to a report, but they will not be saved.
- Access to People search.
- All reports (funnel, cohort, people) are exportable to .csv
- Access to using Live
- Access to viewing your API key and the JS snippet
All View Only permissions, plus:
- Create and edit metrics
- Create and edit reports
- Access to using Event Library to create events
- Access to editing the site’s name and properties’ and events’ names
- Ability to delete site
A site can have one or more owners. All View Only and View and Edit permissions plus:
- Ability to add new sites
- Ability to add team members or modify their permissions
- Ability to change account name and the point of contact’s name/phone number
- Access to modify Billing Information
- Receives all account-related emails, including Billing/Payment/Invoice related emails
A user who has Campaign Delivery enabled can:
- Send Campaigns Emails
- If a user does not also have Edit access, they will not be able to create/ edit/ update a campaigns message or be able to send a message, even with the Campaign Delivery flag enabled
Updated almost 2 years ago