Hide a project from an administrator

Hide a project from an administrator

If necessary, a Project leader can choose to restrict access to their project for the administrators of the space. By doing this you can avoid unwanted changes to the settings of the project, and limit the space administrator from adding team members to the project.

Go to the 'General' tab on the Settings page of the project. 



In the Project settings, you can activate or deactivate the option 'Don't allow administrators to access project'.



If the administrator wants to view the project, the following message will be displayed.



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