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Roles and permissions for synced organizations

Depending on your role on the Git provider you will have different permissions on Codacy:

Provider Role Join organization Ignore issues Add repo Configure repo View repo Invite and accept members Modify billing
GitHub Cloud and
GitHub Enterprise
Outside Collaborator1 No No No No No No No
Repository Read Yes2 Configurable3 No No Yes No No
Repository Triage Yes2 Configurable3 No No Yes No No
Repository Write Yes2 Configurable3 No Yes Yes No No
Repository Maintain Yes2 Configurable3 No Yes Yes No No
Repository Admin Yes2 Configurable3 Yes Yes Yes No No
Organization Owner Yes2 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
GitLab Cloud and
GitLab Enterprise
External User1 No No No No No No No
Guest Yes2 No No No Yes No No
Reporter Yes2 No No No Yes No No
Developer Yes2 Yes No No Yes No No
Maintainer Yes2 Yes No No Yes No No
Owner Yes2 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Administrator Yes2 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Bitbucket Cloud and
Bitbucket Server
Read Yes2 No No No Yes No No
Write Yes2 No No No Yes No No
Admin Yes2 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

1: Outside Collaborators and External Users aren't supported as Members of organizations on Codacy. However, you can add them as Authors so that Codacy analyzes their commits.
2: Joining an organization may need an approval depending on your setting for accepting new people.
3: Depending on your setting for configuring which users can ignore issues.

See managing people in an organization to list your organization members and their role.

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If you would like to analyze commits from authors that don't belong to your organization, read more about Authors here.

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Last modified December 29, 2020