User type conversation
Hey Everyone, I just got added to the projects beta, and am trying to move the projects I'm personally managing into pipedrive. One thing I wanted to bring up that's a bit complicated is users and user types for projects. I feel there needs to be more than just one type of user for projects which would be on different levels of payment. Here's my example scenario:
I do sales and am a project manager. I have a deal I convert to a project. I now need to create tasks to be completed on this project, however I'm not the only one whos going to be working on it. I want to assign tasks to other people in my office, people who don't manage projects and don't do sales, we'll call them "techs". Ideally these techs would also have accounts on pipedrive, but they only need to see what they've been assigned, and don't need to be able to "do" anything inparticular in pipedrive. The issue here is that to add a tech to my pipedrive account would cost just as much as adding a project manager? Those techs shouldn't be as expensive as project managers though because they aren't using the platform for anything, they just view tasks they've been assigned.
A second scenario is this:
I'm a project manager but I never touch sales. The sales guys close deals, and hand it off to me. Am I a special type of paid user who only has access to project management?
What I'm trying to get at is that I can see there being three types of users in pipedrive. First, sales and marketing. Second, project managers. Third, people who need to be able to view tasks they've been assigned by project managers (techs). Project managers don't necessarily need access to sales and marketing, and vice versa.