Tamr Documentation

Managing User Accounts and Access

Create and manage user accounts in Tamr. View and edit groups, roles and permissions for each user.

By default, Tamr manages users itself, and relies on its own database-backed authentication and authorization.

In addition, you can:

Switching Users Between Internal and External Management

You can enable user accounts created in Tamr for external user management. For more information, see Editing a User's Information.

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Managing User Accounts and Access


Create and manage user accounts in Tamr. View and edit groups, roles and permissions for each user.

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