This glossary describes key Revizto concepts, terminology, and products.
active license member
A license member with the "Active" status in a Revizto license. Active license members have access to projects and other data associated with the license.
A role that grants full control over a Revizto license, except for transferring the "Super administrator" role to another person. Administrators can grant themselves access to any project assigned to their license.
A project that is not available to Revizto application users, except for the project owner who can open it in read-only mode. Archived projects do not occupy project slots in a Revizto license. A license administrator or a project owner can restore an archived project at any time.
A diagram that displays project data arranged and broken down by specific criteria.
A role that grants a license member access to projects they were explicitly invited to. Their rights in the project are controlled by their project roles.
A role that grants the rights to add projects to a Revizto license and invite people who are not license members to projects. Content creators only have access to projects they created or were invited to. Their rights in the project are controlled by their project roles.
A dashboard that contains data on several projects that share the same Revizto license.
A set of charts that are arranged on a single page.
A template that stores a set of charts and their order. Project administrators can use dashboard presets to create dashboards.
deactivated license member
A license member with the "Deactivated" status in a Revizto license. Deactivated license members cannot access projects and other data associated with the license. They do not occupy user slots in the license. A license administrator can restore their access to projects at any time.
A license member with the "super administrator," "administrator," "content creator," or "collaborator" license role.
A full member occupies a user slot in a Revizto license if both of the following conditions are met:
- Their role in the license is "Administrator," "Content creator," or "Collaborator."
- Their status in the license is "Active."
See full license member.
guest license member
A license member with the "Guest" license role. Guest license members do not occupy user slots in a Revizto license.
See guest license member.
A role for a full member of another valid Revizto license issued in the same region. A guest does not occupy a user slot in a license. Guest rights are equal to collaborator rights.
A license member with "Administrator" or "Super administrator" license role.
A person that is entitled to use a Revizto license.
A set of rights granted to a license member, which determines the license and project management options available to them.
An issue that is visible only to its reporter, assignee, and watchers.
See Revizto project.
A license administrator, a project owner, or a person that has a project role with the "Administrative rights" option selected.
A dashboard that contains data on a single project.
A person that is granted access to a Revizto project.
A set of rights granted to a Revizto project member, which determines the tasks that they can perform in the project.
A picture associated with a project. Thumbnails appear in project selection menus and project reports.
An issue that is visible to all project members.
A desktop or tablet application for viewing and managing design and construction projects, and for tracking project issues in a navigable 2D or 3D environment.
A project created within the Revizto environment, which can contain 3D models, 2D sheets, and issue tracking data, and which is shared with a set of Revizto users having appropriate rights.
Revizto project owner
A Revizto project role that grants full control over a Revizto project, including project deletion.
A Revizto project always has a single owner. A project owner can be changed only by the current project owner or by a license administrator. When a Revizto project owner is deactivated or deleted from a license, all their projects are transferred to the super administrator of the license.
A web application that provides an interface for managing Revizto licenses, projects, users, reports, and notifications. It is available at ws.revizto.com.
single sign-on authentication
- Active Directory (signing in with company domain credentials)
- Google (signing in with Google account)
A role that grants full control over a Revizto license.
A Revizto license always has a single super administrator. A super administrator does not occupy a license slot. A super administrator can transfer this role to another person.
A license user whose Revizto license has expired. Suspended users cannot open projects.