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How to change Target user role: Approver" "Editor" "Observer" "Publisher"


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Adobe Target offers various user roles, such as Approver, Editor, Observer, and Publisher, each with distinct privileges and responsibilities within the workspace. This article provides a step-by-step guide for administrators to change the user roles for a specific user in a designated workspace. Before proceeding, ensure you have relevant administrative privileges to access the Experience Cloud.

Administrator access to the Experience Cloud.

Steps to Change User Roles:
Step 1: Log in to the Experience Cloud
To begin the process, log in to the Adobe Experience Cloud using your administrator credentials.

Step 2: Access the Admin Console
In the top-right corner, click on the "9 Square" button to open the dropdown menu and select "Admin Console."

Step 3: Navigate to the "Products" Tab
Inside the Admin Console, locate the "Products" tab and click on it.

Step 4: Select Adobe Target
Under the "Products" section, find and click on "Adobe Target."

Step 5: Choose the Workspace
Identify the relevant workspace in which the user's role needs to be changed. For instance, select "Default Workspace" or any other specific workspace the user is associated with.

Step 6: Find the User in Question
Within the chosen workspace, locate the user whose role requires modification. This could be achieved through the user list or search functionality.

Step 7:
Adjust the User's Role
On the right-hand side of the user's details, you will find the "Product Role" section. Click on the drop-down menu within this section and select the desired role for the user, such as "Approver," "Editor," "Observer," or "Publisher."

By following these straightforward steps, administrators can efficiently change the user roles of individuals within Adobe Target workspaces. Remember that each role grants different levels of access and permissions, ensuring that users can perform their responsibilities effectively. For more detailed information on the specific privileges and duties associated with each role, refer to the Adobe Target documentation found here (https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/target/using/administer/manage-users/enterprise/property-cha...).