Riddle has a flexible multi-user team option included in all plans. It features three team roles, designed to give different levels of quiz editing and creation access.
We know that working collaboratively can pose some challenges – so we added different team roles, to help you manage your quiz maker team more effectively.
Riddle team roles
- Admins: no surprise here, admins are the most powerful of our team roles.
- Editors: ideal for the majority of your team members
- Can create and publish any type of Riddle content
- Can apply – but not change – any templates
- Authors: designed for junior members of your team, interns or freelancers
- Can do everything an editor can – except publish quizzes.
- They’ll need to get an editor or admin to do that.
- Authors will see a ‘You don’t have publishing rights’ message in the publish step.
Team roles – best practices
You can create unlimited workspaces/teams with Riddle – and then invite any of your colleagues or clients for $19 per month (see our pricing here).
And don’t worry. Each user can belong to any number of teams – they will only be counted a single user.
We recommend you create a minimum of two teams – one for finished quiz or other Riddle content, the other for drafts.
When your team finalizes a quiz, they should transfer the quiz to the ‘finished’ team.
Additional team ideas
You might also want to add teams separated by:
- Language – you might be supporting sites across multiple languages, so we recommend Riddle’s publishing partners create teams for each language (French, Spanish, etc.).
- Department – one team for marketing, another for editorial, and so on.
- Client – this is especially true for agencies using Riddle. Client-specific teams help them collaborate – while limited their visibility and access to their content only.
Coming soon – make your own team roles
We’re often asked for more flexibility in how team roles work. When Riddle 2.0 arrives on the scene, we are looking to let you create your own roles – picking and choosing exactly what access you need.
For example, you might want to make a ‘finance’ role – who can look at quiz statistics and download invoices, but can’t edit or publish content.
Or perhaps you might want to let your clients view quizzes in progress, but you want to remove all edit options. A special role for clients would be perfect for you.