requests used to go to both owner and admins now just owner. Is that correct?
I am the owner of many many sheets & dashboards and rely on the assigned Admin to assist with access requests.
From my experience, the request access has always been limited to owners, where the owner will then have to assign a sharing permission level.
I'm unsure whether this may be configured if you have an Enterprise-level plan. The alternative would be to transfer sheet & dashboard ownership, but I understand that this option may not always be applicable.
Update: there may be an exception for Brandfolder where Owners and Administrators can configure an access request option from public users: https://help.smartsheet.com/articles/2482918-Allow-Public-to-Request-Access
Thank you @Ric T .
Not really solving my concern but is there a way I can defer access requests to the admin when I am on PTO?
Following; keen to know if there's an answer for an enterprise-level license
Hi @JVL and @Ric T
Currently access requests only go directly to the owner. I would suggest adding in your out-of-office email reply the email address of an Admin that can help with sheet access requests while you're on PTO.
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