In Spreadsheet.com, you can add users both to individual workbooks and to your folders. Adding a user to a workbook grants them permission to view, comment on, modify, or share that workbook, depending on their permission level.
How to add a workbook user
There are two ways to add a user to a workbook you own or manage.
First, you can navigate to a workbook. From there, you will see a Share button in the top right.
Alternatively, on your home screen, you can navigate to the folder where your workbook is and right-click or click on the arrow button next to the workbook's name and click Share.
After you click on share, a Share workbook dialog box appears.
In this window, you specify the email address and the permission level of the persons or person you wish to invite. You can invite multiple people, particularly anyone in your organization or anyone else who has an active Spreadsheet.com account. You can also add an optional message. Once you are ready to invite, click on the Send button.
After sending, your invited user will be listed under Workbook permissions. For instance, in the animation above, we add Tamarat@newblend.com and firstname.lastname@example.org, set both to the collaborator permission, and both appear under workbook permissions. Using the same dialog box, you can also change their permissions or remove users.
Workbook users are those that only have access to this workbook, not all the workbooks in a folder (which are listed as Folder permissions). See our article on Folder sharing and permissions for more information about folder users.
If you would like to grant users access to your folder or multiple workbooks simultaneously, see our article on Adding Folder Users. Or, for help deciding what permission level to assign, see our Sharing Permissions article.