They tell me about the new version of Teamlab, the collaborative platform for project management, which, with open source, now includes, among other things, functions for restricting access permissions in the Projects and Documents modules.
According to the results of the regular survey, where TeamLab users were asked to prioritize which new operation is most desired, the possibility of restricting permissions in a given project has become an absolute winner. Proving once again its orientation to user demands, TeamLab now offers portal owners and members to create projects and documents with the option to manage access permissions at their own discretion.
Now, in the Projects module, those who created a private project obtain additional privileges, allowing to set the level of visibility and individually modify the access permissions for such sections as milestones, tasks, files and discussions. Access permissions is also included in the Documents module, including the options for full access, deny access or read-only. At the moment it is a free option, although they plan to include it in the paid section within the month of July, leaving free all previously introduced options and also 90% of future functions.