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 https://app.kissmetrics.io/sharing#all.
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 over 1 year ago