Invite team members to collaborate on Zapier Interfaces

In Zapier Interfaces, you can allow up to 10 other members of your Zapier account to edit an interface. This feature allows you to collaborate with your team to build and maintain an interface.

Currently, this feature is available if:

  • You are a Zapier user on a Teams or Enterprise plan. 
  • The members you want to add are within the same Zapier account.

Learn more about Zapier pricing plans.

Permissions for collaborators

Collaborators currently can be invited with the "Editor" role. As editors, they can edit pages and components, and all settings. 

Only the owner of the interface may add or remove editors.

Zaps and tables

Tables connected to components are automatically shared with collaborators. Zaps cannot be automatically shared with collaborators at this time but will appear once collaborators are granted access to the Zap. Learn how to change permissions for Zapier Tables and how to share a Zap folder

Invite a new collaborator

When you invite a member, they will only have access to that specific interface. To invite a member of your Zapier account as a collaborator:

  1. From the Interfaces dashboard, click the interface you want to share.
  2. Click the Share button at the top right of the screen.
  3. In the Collaborate tab, click the text field and type the name of the Zapier member. 
  4. Once you find the right person on the dropdown menu, click their name to add them as an editor of that interface.

Repeat the steps above to add another collaborator. 

I cannot find a person in the dropdown menu

If the person you want to invite is not available in the dropdown menu:

  • Check if they are part of the Zapier account.
  • Ensure you're using their name as it appears in the Zapier account. It's not possible to search using email addresses currently.

Remove a collaborator 

  1. From the Interfaces dashboard, click the interface you want to share.
  2. Click the Share button at the top right of the screen.

Click the X icon beside the name of the collaborator.

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