Security allows you to configure Administrators of the account and User roles.
Administrators have full access to your account including unrestricted access to all Workspaces and most configuration settings for the account. There is no need to explicitly Share a Workspace with any Administrators of the same account. If you would like a user to have restricted access to Workspaces, then do not add them as Administrators. Instead use Workspace Sharing to add them as a User of a Workspace with an assigned role.
Add a new administrators by entering their email addresses and click Add. Separate multiple email addresses with a comma. Remove administrators by clicking the trash icons. Click Save to confirm.
You should only add trusted users as Administrators to keep your account secure.
Groups are used to organize your users and provide a convenient way to manage Workspace access and notifications. To use groups, simply click Add group, assign a unique name and enter the email address of user(s) that you want to include in the group. New users will receive a welcome email with links to setup their user profile and login. A user can be assigned to more than one group.
You can now add/remove users to the group and they will automatically receive/lose Workspace access and notifications associated with the group.
Roles are assigned when Sharing a Workspace to restrict user and group access to certain features. Create unlimited new roles, or change existing role permissions as needed. Removing a role that has been assigned will restrict associated users to View only access.
Security and Sharing changes take effect immediately on save.
API keys are used to authenticate eagle.io HTTP API requests. The API keys section allows you to create, delete or modify the permissions for API keys associated with your user account. You can have multiple API keys active at once.
API resource requests are restricted to the assets within the associated account and are assigned an access level and permission to restrict the actions an API request can perform.
Your API keys carry many privileges, so be sure to keep them secret!
Single Sign-On (SSO) enables users from nominated domains to login via an enterprise authentication service.
We support a range of SSO identity providers including:
This is an enterprise level feature. Please contact support for more information.