People with owner or manager roles can manage access to private contouring structures via groups. Each private contouring structure can have different access control permissions, allowing for fine-grained control of who can see and access your organization's private contouring structures.
There are three types of access levels that can be allowed on private contouring structures:
- Organization access allows anyone belonging to the organization (i.e., owners, managers, members, and collaborators) to see the structure.
- Members-only access allows only explicit members of the organization (i.e., owners, managers, and members) to see the structure.
- Specific-group access only allows people who belong to one or more of a specified set of groups to see the structure. This is the most restrictive access level and provides the ability to grant access to specific people within the organization (via groups).