Step-by-Step Tutorial on Adding Members to Process Board

For the successful execution of complex projects, selecting the right team members becomes a crucial task for organizations. Once you finish Pronnel's process board creation for real-time team collaboration, the next step is getting the right people on board to ensure that the correct people are involved in each project, improving productivity and increasing the likelihood of project success. 

This tutorial will cover how you can add team members to your next project board.

Add members to a new Pronnel board.

Directly Adding Members to the Board

To begin, two methods exist for adding members to your process board in Pronnel. The first method is to add members directly using their usernames. You can assign different access levels to each user, such as admin, editor, or read-only access. A read-only user can only view board assets, while an editor can create, read, and edit, and an admin has full access, including managing board settings.

Choose and add members

Adding as a Group

Adding all members one by one can be time-consuming. Instead, you can add a group to the board to save time and effort.Let's create a group called "Yellow" and add a few members. You can set the visibility of the group as either public or private. Private groups are only visible to group members, while public groups are visible to all organization users.

Create a group and set the visibility for all the members.
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These groups are the teams that can be used for future projects.

Assigning Groups to Process Boards

Now that your group is created, you can assign the entire group to the process board. This saves time and ensures that all group members have access to the Board and its assets. By assigning a group to the Board, you grant them the necessary permissions to collaborate effectively on the project.

Managing Membership Changes

In a dynamic environment, team members may join or leave a group. Pronnel simplifies updating membership in groups by automatically reflecting those changes across all boards associated with the group. If a member is added or removed from a group, Pronnel ensures that their access to the respective boards is automatically adjusted, saving you the hassle of manually updating each Board individually. Refer to the for further understanding.


Congratulations! You have successfully learned how to add members and groups to process boards in Pronnel. By following these steps, you can enhance collaboration, streamline workflow management, and ensure access control for your team members.

Pronnel's user-friendly interface and powerful features make it an ideal solution for businesses seeking efficient project management. You can create a collaborative environment that optimizes productivity and project success by leveraging the ability to assign specific access levels and utilize groups.

Start incorporating these techniques into your Pronnel workflow today and experience the benefits of seamless collaboration and streamlined access control. Empower your team to work together effectively and achieve your project goals with Pronnel.

Note: This tutorial is based on Pronnel's features and functionalities as of the time of writing. Please refer to Pronnel's documentation or support for any updates or changes to the platform.


Q: Can I add members with different permission levels to the same board?

A: Add members with read-only, editor, and admin permissions to the same board.

 Add members with read-only, editor and admin permissions to the same board.

Can I create multiple groups on the same board?

You can create multiple groups on the same board and assign them different permissions.

Can I add someone to a group who is not part of my organization?

Unfortunately only the organization member can be added to the group.

How do I invite someone to become a member of the board, who is not a member of my organization to a process board?

If the person you want to add is not already a member of your organization, you can invite them by clicking on the "Invite members" button in the Members section of the board, entering their email address, and selecting the permission level you want to give them. They will receive an email invitation to join the board and your organization.

Can I remove a team member from a process board?

As an admin or editor, you can remove a team member from the board by going to the Members section and clicking on the "x" icon next to their name.

How do I know which team members can access a specific process board?

You can see a list of all the team members who have access to a specific process board by going to the Members section of the board. The permission level for each member will also be displayed.