As you navigate through our apps and articles, you will stumble upon some terms and feature names that might not be clear for you at first. We collected the most important Tresorit terminology here to help you out.
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|Admin Center||All team subscriptions are equipped with an Admin Center, where admins can manage users, billing, policies and custom branding.|
|Editor||A permission setting in shared tresors. They can read, edit, and delete files and folders in a shared tresor.|
|Inviting collaborators||A file-sharing method in Tresorit. If you share a tresor with others, the files will appear in their Tresorit folders as they do in yours. This option is only available for tresors and invitees need to set up a Tresorit account first before they can accept the invitation.|
|Manager||The default and highest level of permission in a shared tresor. They can share, read, edit, and delete files and folders in a shared tresor.|
|Permission||Permissions define whether members of a shared tresor can modify, delete, or re-share its content.|
|Role||Roles define which users can see and modify subscription details like billing, policies and roles.|
|Selective sync||If you turn on selective sync in a tresor, you can define which subfolders should sync to your computer.|
|Share link||A file-sharing method in Tresorit. If you share content using this option, anyone who has the share link can access your files, even without a Tresorit account. This is available for tresors, folders and files.|
|Tresor||Secure, encrypted parent folders to your files. Any local folder on your computer can be turned into a tresor – no need to change your existing folder structure to sync files.|
|Tresorit Drive||A feature that gives access to your Tresorit files directly through your computer’s file browser, regardless of whether they are synced or not.|
|Viewer||The lowest level of permission in shared tresors. They can only read and download files and folders of a tresor.|
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