Any way to add team members so they can see Android Market data?

by darrinps » Fri, 20 May 2011 05:32:43 GMT


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 Let's say that you have a team that develops Android applications and
you want each team member to be able to see the crash reports on the
Android Developer Console.

Is there any way to do that?

I am told that such a thing exists for IPhone and in fact you can even
set up roles with different levels of authority. I'd just be happy if
there is a way to specify a group of people who has access to a
companies view into the Developer Console!

Thanks.

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Re: Any way to add team members so they can see Android Market data?

by Nathan » Fri, 20 May 2011 06:14:01 GMT


 That would be great.

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Re: Any way to add team members so they can see Android Market data?

by TreKing » Fri, 20 May 2011 06:15:42 GMT


 



Pfft, no one works like that - we're all indies!



Besides giving everyone access to the publishing account? Nope.

I am told that such a thing exists for IPhone and in fact you can even set

What!? That's crazy! It's like the iPhone market people put thought into how
their developers would use their product!



I think you're going to be a sad panda for a long long time. Maybe next
Google I/O.

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