Project Member Roles

Mixpanel projects have several roles available to project members. Access to features and administrative functions vary across the different types of roles. There are two default roles available to all projects, and a Team Member Role feature available to Enterprise Customers.

Default roles 

Mixpanel offers two default roles, owners and admin, to all projects.

Owners of a Mixpanel project have full control over that project. Unless the ownership has been transferred to someone else, the owner is the person who created the project. There can only be one project owner. 

Admins have full access to most features of Mixpanel. All new members will be admins by default. 

Summary of Accessible Features: 


Access to more granular user permissions is available to customers on Enterprise plans. Please visit the pricing page for additional details.

Team Member Roles

Team Member Roles are available to customers on an Enterprise plan. When the Team Member Roles feature is enabled, Analyst and Consumer are available in addition to Owner and Admin.

Analysts have the ability to view and create all reports in Mixpanel as well as add and delete bookmarks, but they cannot create use Messaging features or manage team member roles.

Consumers can view reports others have created but cannot edit/delete existing reports or save their own. They cannot use any Messaging features or view any settings besides the “Management” tab. This is the most limited access role available.

If you have Team Member Roles enabled, you can view the team or change these roles by clicking on the gear in the upper right corner of your project, selecting "Project Settings" from the dropdown, and selecting the "Team" tab on the resulting window:


You can adjust team member roles by clicking their current role and choose the roles of new members as they are invited by selecting a role from the dropdown before clicking "Invite".

Summary of Accessible Features by Team Member Role:


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