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User permissions explained

User permissions required: 'View users' OR 'Modify users'


Below is a table of the different user permissions in the platform and a description of what each permission empowers the user to do. Permissions are granted at the project level, so it's likely users will have and require different permissions for different projects, depending on their role.

Please Note: To be able to view the different permissions they or others have, users will need the 'View users' or 'Modify users' permissions. These permissions can be viewed in the Projects page as shown in the section above.

Permission Types:


  • Sources permissions – refer to the data uploaded by your company to Re:infer for analysis
  • Datasets permissions – give access to datasets, which are named collections of labels, entities and training data
  • Triggers permissions – give access to triggers, which allow actions to be taken on newly ingested data
  • Users permissions – allow individuals to view and/or modify users in their projects
  • Buckets permissions* – give access to buckets, which are containers of raw data items that you can upload
  • Integration permissions* - give access to integrations, which allow connecting other services to Re:infer
  • Utility permissions* – includes any permissions which don’t fit into any of the other categories


* Please Note: Buckets, integration, and utility permissions (with the exception of upload files) are typically only granted to programmatic users such as development engineers, and are not required for day-to-day use of the platform

Permission Type

User Permission



View sources1

View Sources and the verbatims they contain. This is required to view individual verbatims on the platform*


View sensitive data

Grants View sources

View any user properties which have been marked as sensitive, in addition to others


Edit verbatims

Create, update and delete verbatims in a source via the API


Sources admin

Grants View sensitive data

Create, modify and delete sources. Source creation must be done via the API


Create translated sources

Create sources (via the API) which are automatically translated into English


View labels [1]


View pinned and predicted labels on the user's datasets. This is required to view individual verbatims on the platform*


Modify datasets

Grants View labels

Update a dataset's properties: e.g. its description, sources and entities


Review and label

Grants View labels

Create, edit, and delete labels, and pin them to verbatims in the user's datasets


Datasets admin

Grants Modify datasets AND Review and label

Create and delete datasets. Pin trained models for use in triggers.


Export datasets

Export datasets via the UI


View triggers

View triggers and their configuration


Modify triggers

Update a trigger's properties: e.g. its description and filter


Consume triggers

Fetch and advance the output of a trigger


Triggers admin

Grants View triggers and Modify triggers

Create, modify and delete triggers


View users 

View information on the other users in this user's projects


Modify users

Grants View users

Modify other users' permissions and projects


View buckets

View information on raw data buckets


Add/remove buckets

Add or remove raw data buckets


Upload data to buckets

Upload data to buckets

IntegrationsView integrationsView information on external integrations
IntegrationsModify integrationsAdd or remove integrations with external services


Upload files

Upload files to the Re:infer server via the web UI


Read appliance configs

Fetch appliance configs


Write appliance configs

Upload new or replace existing appliance configs


                                                                        User permission guide

[1] To view any data related to a Source, Dataset or Verbatim in the platform requires both ‘View Sources’ and ‘View Labels’ permissions (or their parent permissions)

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