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What are the default permission levels in Procore?

Managing user access permissions to the different tool's in your company's Procore projects is an important part of successfully implementing and maintaining the Procore application in your environment. In Procore, all of the tool's provide four (4) main permission levels, which can either be (1) granted individually to your end users or (2) granted to groups of user's who perform specific roles for your business via Procore's permission templates feature.

  • None. Users have no access permission to the tool.
  • Read-only. Users have view-only access permission to the tool, but no editing permission (Note: The granular permissions feature in Procore permits you to assign a limited number of task-based permissions to Read Only users to address special use cases. For details, see Can I provide users with 'Read-Only' level permission with limited access to update information in Procore?).
  • Standard. Users have limited access permission to the tool.  They can create items, and assign items to other user's who have 'Admin' level permission to the tool. They can also be assigned to respond to items that require them to perform further actions in the tool. In addition, 'Standard' users can be granted granular permissions. See Grant Granular Permissions in a Permission Template.
  • Admin. Users have full authority to use all functions of the tool, including configuration capabilities. 

For a list of specific tasks that can be performed in each Procore tool by each permission level, review the User Permission Matrix.

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