To manage project members, go to project "Settings" page -> Members.
From here you can add members of an existing organization to the project or suspend existing project members.
- You can anonymize labelers’ and reviewers’ names. Instead of a person’s name, the Kili UI will only display “Anonymized”. This will help eliminate possible bias in asset management/review. The change affects names shown in the project queue, the Explore interface, the labeling interface, and project analytics. To anonymize users, from the menu on the left side of the screen, select Admin, and then select the User anonymization toggle.
- If needed, it is technically possible to re-assign project owners. This is a complex task, though. For details, refer to our FAQ.
Before you add users to your project, you must first add them to your organization. Refer to Managing members of an organization.
To add a new user to your project:
- Click Add member.
- Type user's email address.
- Specify user's role.
- Click Submit.
You can add many project members at once. For example, type 20 e-mail addresses and then select a common role for the 20 new project members.
For information on how to add project members by using our SDK, refer to Python SDK.
Invitees will be informed by email that they were added to a project. If they are invited for the first time, they first have to sign up to join the organization.
Maximum number of members per project is limited to 100. If you need more, contact us at [email protected].
To suspend a user:
- Hover your mouse pointer over an existing project member and wait for the Suspend icon to appear.
- Click the Suspend icon.
To re-activate a user, hover your mouse pointer over an existing suspended project member and wait for the Re-activate icon to appear. Then click the icon.
Updated 3 months ago