Kitsu proposes a simple permission scheme to manage your productions. To set permissions for a user, go to the employee page and grant him with one of the following role:
Artists can only display the production of which they are part of. They can only comment on tasks, upload media, and change their status when they are assigned to it. They only have access to a limited number of status as the Studio manager defines it.
They can create personal filters on the global page and Task Type page.
The Artist has access to all the features of the production, but only for display.
Supervisor inherit Artist permissions.
Supervisors have read and write access to everything production they work on: assets, shots, tasks, assignations, statistics, breakdown, and playlists.
- create assets and shots, per hand, or CSV batch import.
- post comment on all tasks
- add a task column
- delete or add a task.
- add/edit a playlist for the studio or the client.
- see the client comments and validations.
They are not allowed to access the studio team, the main timesheets, and the production list. They can't define task types, task statuses, and asset types neither.
Admin has read and write access to everything.
Create and edit a production
The Studio Manager can create a new production, define its type, FPS, Ratio, and Resolution, and add a cover picture. H e can also edit and delete any production.
Manage the studio
The Studio Manager sees everything in the studio:
- all the productions
- the global timesheets page
- the people in the studio
- the main schedule
In the People page, The Studio Manager defines the permission of each user.
Theay can also:
- customize Kitsu: add and modify the task types, the task status, and the asset types.
- set permission roles (artist, client and status).
- customize the studio information as name Kitsu as the studio, add the company logo, and define the number of hours per day of work.
- choose to use the original filename to download the media or not.
They have full access to all productions:
- They have same permission as the supervisor.
- And they can add a task column but can also delete one.
- They are allowed to create custom columns.
The client can only display the production of which they are part of.
- the global page of the assets/shots.
- the stats pages.
- Client playlists with limited access to task status when they post a comment
- Only the Supervisors and the Studio Manager can see the Client retake or validation.
They don't see:
- comments that they didn't write
Vendors have similar permissions than artists. The only difference is that they see only the tasks they are assigned to.