Projects, streams, and floods must be created in that order; that is, it is not possible to create a flood without first creating a project, then a stream, and then a flood. When you first sign up to a new account with Flood, a default project will be created for you.
When a project is created by an account manager or an organization manager at the organization level, they will be asked to assign it to a team. They'll then be asked whether to give the team Admin, Read, or Write permissions.
When your team manager creates a project for your team (on the team level), your team will automatically receive Admin permissions.
Either way, all members of any one team will share the same permissions with regards to a project.
A team given Read permissions of a project can:
View the team's permissions on the project
View all streams within a project
View all floods within a project
Create shareable links to all floods
View full logs of all floods
Download the files (test data, test script, and other files uploaded) and results of all floods
A team given Write permissions on a project can do everything for Read permissions above plus the following:
Create new streams and floods
Modify and delete streams
Launch new grids
Modify (extend, reboot, or stop) grids
Start floods from any stream
Stop and delete floods
A team with Admin permissions on a project can do everything from the Read and Write permissions plus the following:
Change project name