If your team does not require admin approval for invitations, both admins and standard users can invite other teammates to Slab in the Invite teammates button in the bottom left corner of your team's Slab.
You can manually type emails or copy and paste a list into the box, and it will automatically separate the emails, as long as there is a paragraph break or comma in the original copied text.
If you have Slack or G Suite integrated, it's easier than ever to invite new teammates. When you start typing a teammate's name, we'll automatically pull a list of everyone associated with your company Slack or G Suite accounts.
From the invite portal, you can select Show Additional Settings to set up users with pre-created provisions, membership to topics, posts, and groups, pre-selected favorites, and a custom note.
Requiring admin approval for invitations
If you'd prefer to have your team admins approve all new user invitations, you can set enforce this in your team settings. Under Invitations, click Edit and select Required - Invitations must be approved by an admin.
Existing users will then only have the option to submit invitation requests for admin approval. The requests will be sent by email to all team admins, and the admin must approve the request before the new user is invited.
Admins can see all prior and pending invitation requests in their teammates page under the Invitations tab.
With Slab Provisions, admins can improve onboarding by setting group membership, topic membership, and favorites for new users. These can be configured through Provisions. Salespeople, for instance, can have their sales playbook front and center when they sign into Slab, while engineers will have access to the private deployment keys when they first log in.
Provisions are proactive, meaning any adjustments that are made after a user has joined will not reactively edit their provisions with an update.
You can invite people as guests to your Slab account, which limits their access to certain content. Guests are added by assigning a guest Provision to a new user.
Depending on your team's authentication settings, invitations may have different requirements:
This allows admins to require their new users to sign up with an SSO integration, versus a username and password.
This setting allows admins to choose to allow new users to sign up with or without an invitation. Either way, they can sign up/log in using the enabled SSO/SAML integration, such as Google, Okta, or OneLogin.