Teams work together efficiently when each member resonates with their team and everyone is on the same page.
For example, you’re composing a blog post and you have assigned your team members different tasks like adding relevant images, optimizing the blog post or reviewing the post for grammatical errors. While you’re working on the blog post, the team members won’t be able to access your blog post unless you grant them permission to do any kind of activity there.
If you’re working, the team member can ask for access permission by clicking on the Lock button, as shown in the image below.
A pop-up window will appear where the team member can request access from you.
If your screen is idle and you’re not doing anything, you can give them rights to perform their assigned tasks. Otherwise, you can decline the request and carry on with your work.
'Force Take Over' Control
If for some reason, the initiator is not allowing you access rights, you can take control by the Force Take Over option.