The Members tab allows you to manage the roles of the members of your organization. You can also invite new members to your organization.

You can quickly access the Members section of your organization by clicking **Invite People **in the sidebar.

To invite a new member:

  1. Enter their email address in the Member field.

  2. Select a role in the dropdown.

  3. Click Invite

Before setting a role, read more about Sleuth's RBAC (role-based access control) implementation in Role Based Access Control.

All members of the organization are displayed, along with any invitations that have been sent. You can also revoke the invitation or resend it, if necessary.

In the example shown below, the user was sent an invitation, but has yet to respond. The invitation can be re-sent or revoked.

Setting Working Hours

From the members tab, you can set working hours for multiple members at once. Click Set working hours for members, then select multiple members to set their working hours in bulk.

The working hours set per member here will override the org-level default working hours specified on the Organization details tab. For more on how working hours impact change lead time calculations, refer to Working hours and Change lead time.

Linking External User Identities

As you integrate Sleuth with external tools, Sleuth attempts to link external identities in those tools with internal Sleuth users. Sometimes, however, Sleuth might fail to detect that an external identity should be tied to a given Sleuth user.

You can manually view and manage linked identities for Sleuth users by performing the following steps:

  • From the Members tab, click the ellipsis next to any Member in the listing and select Link Identities. The Link external identities screen appears.

  • The Link external identities screen shows all currently linked identities for the user along with options to remove existing identities or to link new ones.

  • To search for additional identities not already linked to the user, click Link

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