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CoderPad allows you to add colleagues to your team in two ways:

  1. Automatically through Approved Domains
  2. By inviting members via email

To edit a team member’s role/permissions you can promote or demote them on the Members page. You can also delete their account on the same page.

Approved Domains

CoderPad allows you to streamline having colleagues join your team with Approved Domains.

Approved Domains is a team setting that allows new verified users with the same email domains to automatically join your team without needing to click through an emailed team member invite.

Here is an example of what a new user with a verified “acmecompany.com” email address would see when the Acme Company has Approved Domains enabled.

The initial team invitation page with the text "we found some teams for you to join" at the top. Below is a list of admins, the plan type, number of users, and number of pads created.

Enabling Approved Domains

When first creating your team, you will be asked if you want to enable Approved Domains.

The second invite team members page where you can add teammates as long as they have a valid domain email.

Simply keep the switch toggled to the right (it should be blue) and click Continue to enable the setting.

Alternatively if you are an existing team admin and you did not enable Approved Domains during the initial set up, you may receive the following screen while using the CoderPad dashboard:

A coderpad pads list in the background. In the foreground is an "unblock colleagues from running interviews" window with an "enable settings" button displayed.

Here you can simply click Enable Setting to enable Approved Domains for the listed email domains.

You can also manage the Approved Domains configurations from the Team Settings page at any time:

The privacy and security settings window with team permissions and approved domains options.

If admin users on your team have different email domains, you may explicitly control the Approved Domains for each email domain.

If a non-admin user with a different email domain than the ones listed in Approved Domains becomes an admin, that domain can be added to the list. However, that domain will not be enabled by default and must be turned on manually.


Team Member Invite By Email

CoderPad allows you to invite your team members into your organization within the app. Once added, team members will be able to do things like conduct technical interviews, review and playback previous interviews, set up live interviews and take-homes, and more.

To invite your coworkers to your team, follow these steps:

1. Go to the Members page from your dashboard

Once logged into your account, visit the Members page by selecting the Users tab from the settings dropdown list. Once on this page, you’ll be able to see any previous members you have invited as well as the Invite Teammates button.

Coderpad settings menu dropdown is shown with the "users" option highlighted.

2. Click on the Invite Teammates button

Located in the top right hand corner of the members page, click on the Invite Teammates button which will take you to the invite page.

CoderPad Invite Team Members Button

3. Add your team members

Once on the invite page, input your teammates’ emails line by line within the text area. Once you have added all of their email addresses, press on the Invite button. The team members that you have invited will receive an email invitation to your CoderPad organization with instructions to either join the organization (if they already have an account), or create a new account.

CoderPad Invite additional team members

Invited users will now be visible on the Members page in the Pending Invites section:

A list of pending invites with email, invite sent date, sender, and role columns shown.

Editing roles/permissions and removing users

Once invited users have accepted their invites and validated their email addresses, you can then assign them one of the following roles on the Members page in the Current Members section:

  • Admin: Have full permissions to create and participate in pads, create live questions and take-home projects, review/playback interviews, plus additional admin privileges including access to billing, ATS integrations, and team settings.
  • Member: Have access to create and participate in pads, create live questions and take-home projects and review/playback interviews.

✅ You can change a user’s role at anytime by navigating to the Current Members section, clicking the three vertical dots (), and selecting either Demote to member to change an Admin to a Member or Promote to admin to change a Member to an Admin.

Alternatively you can delete a user from your account by selecting Remove from organization.

The member options menu is shown with options to "demote to member", "remove from organization", and "promote to admin" shown.