Creating Models with a Team

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Note: this tutorial uses examples created in Collaborating Using MiPasa Teams.
For better understanding it’s recommended to read that article too.

In this example, Jason has some really unfinished code that he doesn’t want to become public; he also wants other people to help him finish it. Good thing he has the Tea Team with Steve at his disposal!

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/GRfTn7x_jdydYkHUiAbbQqglFe7JpnxlSTziN5ZmJAA28rJImxzi6SVNZPIktH8qOP8NB3iBiIiVlvu0BbmEtPR2kfjY8AlbuCWQM8Fy_jPKttqXm2QSlzIAqUIBmjBtnQz9sNo

To share a Code (or Notebook) with others (individuals, teams, or everyone) on the “Share” button and choose “Share with my Teams” instead of the default choice of “Share with Everyone (Public)”.

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/bgh2ll2SbV1trEKEu_uuz4Im04Eo7g5QbAUwnd1_hr4cA-Er9n3tjIlRVm0_K4940pCwS9MGW193CpKc08jWx32jO7xpEl1ZVphzI_Ee7i2yOWEG3QKez558s-Vg43bbmJESB6E

Note how selecting “Can edit” automatically implies “Can view”, so it’s not possible to disable viewing while allowing editing.

Here, in our example, members of the Tea Team will be able to edit (and execute!) the code of the user Jason.

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