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How to Grant Permission to Collaborators in Fusion 360 Electronics for Modifying and Using Components Added through SnapEDA

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samahhd
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How to Grant Permission to Collaborators in Fusion 360 Electronics for Modifying and Using Components Added through SnapEDA

I need help granting permission to other team members in Fusion 360 Electronics to modify and use components I added through SnapEDA. I need to collaborate with my team already having (Startup-License) on the same Electronic Library, with all functionalities including Adding, Removing & Editing Components Packages and 3D models. Can you please guide me through this process?

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jorge_garcia2
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Hi @samahhd,

 

First make sure that the entire team has access to the hub, then make sure to check the permissions of the libraries project and that your whole team has editor rights.

 

Let me know if there's anything else I can do for you.

 

Best Regards,



Jorge Garcia
​Product Support Specialist for Fusion 360 and EAGLE

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samahhd
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Thanks for your response, but after trying in step by step your instructions, the problem persists.
In fact when I download a component from SnapEDA, it is automatically saved in my personal workspace « SnapEDA Library » and not directly to the Startup’s Workspace, despite i’m working in it .

When i try to import this same component to the Startup Workspace team Library, this error appears, and it doesn’t import anything.

It’s to know that the only member of our team, who can add normally components so everyone can use it, is our CEO who is owning the Startup’s workspace.
Please help me find a solution, we really need to collaborate on creating new components in our shared Library.
Thank you in advance.

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jorge_garcia2
in reply to: samahhd

Hello @samahhd,

 

I hope you're doing well. I think I understand what's going on. I'm going to contact the team to see what is the best way to proceed and how to make this better.

Here is what I'm going to recommend for now. Ask the other members of your team to look in their library managers and see if they can see the SnapEDA library, if they can then they can edit and open from there.

If they can't then wait for my response or in the meantime Save a copy of the SnapEDA library to your Libraries Project and make sure everyone has access to that project. You would then have to copy any new parts you make in your personal library to the SnapEDA copy you made in the Libraries project. I know that's a bad workflow and I'm hoping I'll be able to get something better from the devs but if you are in a rush, it's a way forward.

 

Let me know if there's anything else I can do for you.

 

Best Regards,



Jorge Garcia
​Product Support Specialist for Fusion 360 and EAGLE

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