User Permissions

Setting user permissions allows you to control which features specific users have access to.

A good example of when this would be useful is if you have users spanning multiple departments within your company. Users in one department might not need access to lists, segments, and fields related to another departments' data. By managing user permissions, you can allow users to view all or only specified lists, segments, and fields. Also, you can disable a user's ability to create new lists, segments, and fields.