There are three ways to organize people within your organization, so they’re no longer part of your day-to-day production: De-activate a user so they are no longer able to login to your publication/organization. Administrators can visit the ‘de-activated users tab’ on the users page and re-activate any user. Create an “alumni” . . . Read more
Any user that belongs to a desk, can submit pitches and be assigned work. An editorial position may also appear twice in the desk’s workflow, e.g. Reporter → Desk Editor → Copy Editor → Desk Editor. However, an editor may not hold two different positions (e.g. ‘Desk Editor’ & ‘Copy Editor’) on the same desk.
You may use different desks and workflows to define which editor positions you may wish to be able to approve assignments for publishing. For more information on what a publishing editor is, read this article. Since only the last position in a desk workflow can publish an assignment, you either . . . Read more
You can invite other users to desk positions and once they’ve logged in, you can give them admin status from the users page. We made a conscious decision not to allow new users to be given admin status on invitation, as admin status is (a) a very powerful thing and (b) supposed . . . Read more