This tutorial gives you a description of how Mbook is structured for the different user roles and privileges:

The user roles

Mbook recognizes that laboratories can have complex work structures and therefore allows for different user roles, with access to different functions and different data. The following link shows you how to create users and groups:

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As a Group Manager, you will be able to create users and group(s) of users to assign them to a particular project.

Adding users and groups

Under the People panel you can add new users by clicking on the “Add users” button and filling in the required fields. In this panel you can edit the user role and enable experiment witnessing:

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Once you have added some users you can create new groups, for example “GTrial” as shown below. As a Group Manager you will be able to add certain users to a group.

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More users can be added to an existing group by highlighting the group´s name (i.e. “Trial_001”) and then clicking on the “add new user” icon.

Any group can be edited by double clicking on the group´s name where you can add/ remove users and managers or amend the project´s name and description.

adding users

adding groups


editing a group

As a Group Manager you can easily control how to create users and groups. This builds a hierarchical structure and provides different privileges to your team members.



Last modified: April 1, 2015 by Enrique Sánchez