User Management and User Permissions

Global User Management


To view and modify the following settings, you must have the Global Administrator permission role.

In the Global User Management page, you can invite Users from SharePoint or by Email. This will add the User to the Global User List in JungleMail. These users can be added to separate Communication Sites later.

By editing a single user, you can disable their User License, or make them the global Administrator.

Team Site User management


To view and modify the following settings, you must have the Administrator permission role.

To manage Communication Site Users and permissions, open the Settings menu by clicking the gear icon on the top right.

To invite users to the current Communication Team Site, select the Add users Button.

To manage a specific User, select the Edit button next to their name.In the pop-up window, select the Permission role from the dropdown and hit Save.

Recommended setup

If you're unsure about what permissions to give to which users, we recommend the following configuration:

  • Assign the Administrator role to 1-2 users, and the Editor role to other users of the Communication Team Site. If you want the non-administrator users to only have minimum permissions required to send newsletters, you can create a custom role with the View and Edit permissions in the Jobs and Templates section.
  • Set Default permission role to No Access.

Such a configuration will ensure that only one or two people per Communication Team site will have full access to JungleMail for Office 365 Team Site settings, a small group of users will be able to create and send newsletters, and the rest of the staff will not be able to open or use the app.

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