Genohub Projects Now Support Multiple Collaborators

Most researchers using Genohub typically work in a team with other investigators and administrators. However, so far every Genohub user has been able to view and manage only the projects they directly started on Genohub.

We’re pleased to announce that effective immediately, you can add one or more collaborators to any of your Genohub projects, all the way from the project request stage until after your project is complete and the results are ready.

By quickly adding a collaborator to your project you can allow another member of your team to view the quotes and detailed project information. You may also give them permission to manage the project (e.g. post messages, accept quotes, attach files, etc.).

In addition to setting per-member permissions, you can also choose whether each member receives email notifications when there is activity on your project.

To add a collaborator, all you need is their email address:

Genohub Collaboration Tool

For instance you may want to share the instant Genohub quote on a particular service with the primary investigator on your team in order to get their approval. You may also want to give someone at your purchasing department access to the detailed pricing information on your project. Or you may want a colleague to manage the project and handle the communication with the service provider while you’re on vacation. This can all be done by simply adding these individuals as collaborators.

Please give it a try and feel free to reach out to us at support@genohub.com if you have any questions or feedback.

 

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