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Commit c81647ae authored by Achilleas Pipinellis's avatar Achilleas Pipinellis

Merge branch 'doc_clean_up_add_users' into 'master'

Clean up document on adding users to a project

Closes #3093, #3648

See merge request !2356
parents 6d954441 11b4c0d3
# Project users
You can manage the groups and users and their access levels in all of your projects. You can also personalize the access level you give each user, per project.
You can manage the groups and users and their access levels in all of your
projects. You can also personalize the access level you give each user,
per-project.
Here's how to add or import users to your projects.
You should have 'master' or 'owner' permissions to add or import a new user
You should have `master` or `owner` permissions to add or import a new user
to your project.
To add or import a user, go to your project and click on "Members" on the left side of your screen:
The first step to add or import a user, go to your project and click on
**Members** on the left side of your screen.
![Members](img/add_user_members_menu.png)
---
## Add a user
Right next to **People**, start typing the name or username of the user you
want to add.
![Search for people](img/add_user_search_people.png)
---
Select the user and the [permission level](../../permissions/permissions.md)
that you'd like to give the user. Note that you can select more than one user.
![Give user permissions](img/add_user_give_permissions.png)
---
Once done, hit **Add users to project** and they will be immediately added to
your project with the permissions you gave them above.
![List members](img/add_user_list_members.png)
---
From there on, you can either remove an existing user or change their access
level to the project.
## Import users from another project
You can import another project's users in your own project by hitting the
**Import members** button on the upper right corner of the **Members** menu.
In the dropdown menu, you can see only the projects you are Master on.
![Import members from another project](img/add_user_import_members_from_another_project.png)
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Select the one you want and hit **Import project members**. A flash message
notifying you that the import was successful will appear, and the new members
are now in the project's members list. Notice that the permissions that they
had on the project you imported from are retained.
![Members list of new members](img/add_user_imported_members.png)
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## Invite people using their e-mail address
If a user you want to give access to doesn't have an account on your GitLab
instance, you can invite them just by typing their e-mail address in the
user search field.
![Invite user by mail](img/add_user_email_search.png)
---
![Members](images/members.png)
As you can imagine, you can mix inviting multiple people and adding existing
GitLab users to the project.
Select "Add members" or "Import members" on the right side of your screen:
![Invite user by mail ready to submit](img/add_user_email_ready.png)
![Add or Import](images/add-members.png)
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If you are adding a user, select the user and the [permission level](doc/permissions/permissions.md) that you'd like to
give the user:
Once done, hit **Add users to project** and watch that there is a new member
with the e-mail address we used above. From there on, you can resend the
invitation, change their access level or even delete them.
![Add or Import](images/new-member.png)
![Invite user members list](img/add_user_email_accept.png)
If you are importing a user, follow the steps to select the project where you'd like to import the user from:
---
![Add or Import](images/select-project.png)
Once the user accepts the invitation, they will be prompted to create a new
GitLab account using the same e-mail address the invitation was sent to.
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