Learn how to add colleagues to collaborate on your updates
There are two ways to invite others to your organization – as a user to your organization’s workspace or as a collaborator to a specific newsletter.
1. Inviting a new user to your organization in HQ
How to invite a new user to HQ:
- Select the ‘invite user’ icon in the bottom left corner of your workspace.
- Input the user’s name and email. The permission will default to ‘member’ unless you are an owner or admin. Only owners and admins can change permission settings.
- Give the new user access to any newsletters you would like them to be part of
- Confirm by selecting ‘Add user’ ✅
The new user will receive an email prompting them to login to get started.
Owners and admins have access to:
- Invite new users
- Manage user roles and permissions, groups, and members of your synced directory
- All newsletters, editions, and templates in your organization.
Owners and admins can toggle individual members’ permissions to grant or revoke access to create a newsletter, invite other users to the organization, and access directory sync.
Members can only access newsletters that they’re specifically invited to.
2. Inviting a user as a collaborator to a newsletter series
You can add unlimited collaborators to any newsletter. Collaborators can either already exist within your organization or be brand new to Axios HQ.
How to add a collaborator:
- Navigate to the collaborators tab on the left panel of your workspace. Make sure you are in the newsletter series that you would like to add the collaborator to.
- Select the ‘Add collaborator’ button in the top right corner.
- Input the collaborator’s name and email and select “Add.”
- Select their permission to either be a sender or a writer.
If this is a new user, they will receive an email with their login credentials. If the user already has an account, the newsletter will now be visible to them after they refresh their page.
By default, collaborators are added with Sender permissions.
Senders can edit newsletters, send tests, and ultimately send the newsletter to its audience.
- Senders can adjust the permissions of other collaborators on the newsletter.
Writers are more limited, and can edit and send test newsletters but cannot send to the full audience.
- Writers cannot adjust the permissions of other collaborators on the newsletter.
Have any questions or feedback?
Feel free to reach out to your Account Manager or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. You can also submit feedback directly to our Product team here.