How to Add Collaborators to Your Project

Lingrui Zhou: Does anyone know how to share a project to different people using label studio?

Erin (Label Studio): Hey @Lingrui Zhou - here’s our documentation on team member permissions in the open source version of Label Studio.

Let me know if you need further help!

https://labelstud.io/guide/signup.html#Team-Member-Permissions-in-Label-Studio-Community-Edition|https://labelstud.io/guide/signup.html#Team-Member-Permissions-in-Label-Studio-Community-Edition

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Lingrui Zhou: I tried to invite people into my project by using the invitation link, but it doesn’t work. I saw the link was something like this: http://localhost:8080/user/signup/?token=XXXXXXXXXXXX

Lingrui Zhou: Is that means it should only work for sharing the project to the local server?

Chris Hoge (HumanSignal): You will need to start Label Studio with the --host LABEL_STUDIO_HOST variable set to specify an endpoint to share with collaborators.

Chris Hoge (HumanSignal): A full set of startup flags and variables can be found here: https://labelstud.io/guide/start.html