Roku Role-based permissions on the Developer Dashboard
Developers can grant other developers, accounts permission to manage their channels through the Developer Dashboard.
Account and channel management through the Roku Developer Dashboard supports role-based access permissions.
With this new feature, developers can delegate authority for account management — as well as for channel creation, maintenance, and submission — to other Roku Developer account-holders.
Historically, only the Roku account which created a channel, was able to access and edit its attributes. This meant that one single account owner was responsible for everything, from enrolling in the Roku Partner Payouts Program, to configuring back-end web services, maintaining channel metadata and ingesting engagement reports.
Today, Roku Developers are able to distribute these responsibilities to other users based on their functional role in an organization or to third-party contractors. The feature permits both account- and channel-level access to be granted. It also logs user activity for later reference and auditing.
To learn more about this feature, read our document on User access management in the Roku Developer Dashboard.