General Permissions

In Langdock, there are three different types of users:


  • manage personal preferences (see custom instructions)
  • create groups and manage members in the group: The creator of a group is automatically an admin for this group. They can invite and remove others and change their group permissions (see below)
  • Share prompts in the prompt library and assistants with groups
  • use all functionalities of the app


  • editors can do everything users can do
  • additionally, they can share prompts, folders and assistants with the entire workspace


Admins are managing the entire workspace. This includes:

  • general settings like workspace image, name, primary colour, etc.
  • subscription and billing management
  • member management: Inviting members and allowing specific domains
  • enabling integrations (which ones can be connected by individual members)
  • setting up the company’s API keys for the AI model (“Bring your own model”)


Groups in Langdock are ways to organize workspaces with many files, assistants and prompts. A marketing user should be able to access copy-writing assistants quickly but does not need a coding assistant. To allow sharing assistants and prompts with relevant people, we have groups. Usually, they are a department or project team.

Everyone can create groups to collaborate with a specific set of people. You can create and view your groups in the settings. If you do not have the button to create groups, your company uses Okta for their member management. Please get in touch with, and we will look into it.

Within a group, assistants, prompts and chats can be shared.

There are three types of permissions in a group:

  • Viewer: Everyone can invite other group members to shared conversations. You can only do this if you haven’t used any integrations in that chat.
  • Editor: You can share prompts and assistants with other group members.
  • Admin: Permissions of the editor, and you can add and remove members to the group.