Users of an organisation on Figured have the ability to enable Portfolios. Portfolios give you another layer of farm management within Figured.

Within a typical organisation, farm access would be structured like so:

With portfolios enabled, the farm access would be structured like this:

Portfolios give you more control over which staff members can access which files, and it also means if a staff member leaves you can simply remove them from the organisation - immediately revoking their access to any farms (provided they have not been personally invited to any farms).

If you would like portfolios to be enabled for your organisation, please contact our team on the chat bubble or email us at - there is no additional charge for portfolios.

Once enabled, the portfolio management page can be found under Your organisation > Portfolios

Users who are a member of a portfolio or have admin access to the organisation will be able to access this page. 

Administrators and portfolio owners will also be able to view and edit their own portfolios.  

If you do not have access to the Portfolio tab it means you don't belong to one and you will need to contact the owner of your organisation to create a portfolio for you, or add you to an existing portfolio.

Adding a new portfolio

Only an organisation admin can add a new portfolio. To do this click Add new.

Next you'll fill in the details for your portfolio - Name, region, owner, and description.


Edit portfolio

After a portfolio has been created, you can add users and farms to it.

In order to add a person they must be a part of your organisation. You can grant them four different levels of access.

To add a farm to the portfolio, they must have added the organisation to the farm itself under Farm > Settings > Organisation.

If you'd like to add a whole bunch of farms from another portfolio, just click on your portfolio > Add Farms from another Portfolio

Changing the owner of the portfolio

Changing the portfolio owner can be done under edit portfolio on the bottom right.

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