Someone who is not part of the Teams account can still join its Studios as an invited Producer, Guest, or Audience member. Read more about Studio participant roles.
A Riverside Teams account can include members in four different roles. The roles determine the actions the users can take and the access they have, as outlined below.
The Account Owner can change the settings of the Teams account, invite and remove users from the account and add and remove users in the account's Productions. They can create new Productions and access all the recordings of all Productions. They can join a Studio in the Host or Producer role.
There is only one seat available for one Account Owner in each Teams plan.
The Admin can create new Productions and change a Production's settings. Admins can add and remove users from Productions and access the recordings of Productions they are assigned to by the Account Owner. If allowed by the Account Owner, Admins can also invite additional users. They can join a Studio in the Host or Producer role.
The total seats available for Admins is based on the Teams plan.
The Account Owner or an Admin assigns a Director to one or more Productions. If enabled in the account settings, the Director can also create new Productions and adjust a Production's settings. They can join a Studio in the Host or Producer role.
The total seats available for Directors is based on the Teams plan.
The Account Owner, Admin, or Director assigns an Editor to one or more Productions. The Editor can view and download the Studio recordings of those Productions, as well as use Riverside's online Editor function.
There is no limit to the number of Editor seats in a Teams plan.