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Input Data — YES
Test Report Data — YES
Shared Data — NO
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To register as a new user or organization, start the JitterLabs app, click the
Need to Register? button, and complete the form. Follow any instructions provided to you. The first person to register from an organization will also need to register the organization, after which this person will automatically be enrolled as a member and Administrator for the registered organization.
companyxyz.com(e.g. the account will work with registered organizations
Company XYZ, Division Aand
Company XYZ, Division B).
An organization is a corporation or other form of legal entity or business.
Company XYZ, Division A, organization 2 is
Company XYZ, Division B, and organization 3 is
Company XYZ, Division C), by registering each division separately but using the same e-mail domain name of companyxyz.com during registration.
Registering multiple organizations simplifies account management, and makes sharing more flexible. For example, each organization manages its own members, Administrators, content sharing, and subscription plan (which simplifies billing). An organization may be created anytime from within the JitterLabs app. But once an organization name is registered, it cannot be changed.
Imagine a company with multiple divisions spread out geographically across the world. Each division is a business unit with its own natural work force and customers. Here it makes sense to register each division as a separate “organization” (for the purposes of the JitterLabs app) so that each “organization” can independently manage its own members and Administrators in the JitterLabs app. Not only does this make it easier to manage the organization, but it also provides the most flexibility to control which external users may access items owned by an organization (e.g. Test Reports, functions, specifications, etc.).
For example, imagine Division A in a hypothetical company has customers that compete with products sold by Division B. Creating multiple organizations allows Division A to share data with their customers without exposing data owned by Division B to these same customers (since the JitterLabs app treats each registered organization as a unique entity).
People using the JitterLabs app are classified as users, members, and Administrators. The first person from a company (or standards committee, university, etc.) contacting JitterLabs to use the application kicks off this process by (1) registering as a new user for a new organization, and (2) enrolling as the first member and Administrator for that organization.
Thereafter, anyone registering from the same company is considered a registered user, or more simply, a user. A user may contact one or more Administrators, who are co-workers in their company, and request to join the organization. When an Administrator enrolls a user in an organization, that user becomes a “member” of the organization and has access to items (such as Test Reports, functions, and specifications) owned by the organization.
Key Administrator responsibilities include the following.
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