๐ŸงขGetting Started with Hats

Hold on to your hats and let's jump in!

You can get started with Hats in one of two ways.

1. Create individual Hats for specific roles & permissions: First, you could start small, creating a single hat that provides its wearers with all the permissions they need to contribute to the group (for example, you could create a Community Member Hat that is worn by all community members to give them the authorities they need to access and contribute to the community's workspaces).

2. Create a Hats tree as the foundation of your organizational graph: Or, you can begin with the end in mind, creating a fully-fleshed out Hats tree for your organization to provide the role clarity, access control, and accountability mechanisms it needs to thrive.

Wherever you begin, the docs found here will walk you through it.

๐ŸŽฉpageCreating My First Hat๐Ÿง™pageAdmins: Creating, Issuing, and Revising Hats๐Ÿ‘ฅpageWhat Hats Do I Need?๐ŸŒณpageDrafting, Exporting, and Deploying Tree Changes๐Ÿ—๏ธpageSetting a Hat's Basic Properties๐ŸฅณpageAdding Wearers๐Ÿ”pageConnecting Hats w/ Permissions & Authorities๐ŸŒŸpageRevocation & Eligibility: Requirements for WearersโšกpageDeactivating & Reactivating Hatsโœ…pageMaking Hats Claimable๐Ÿ”—pageLinking Trees Together๐Ÿ”pagePermissions & Authorities๐ŸŒŸpageEligibility & Accountability CriteriaโšกpageActivation & Deactivation Criteria๐Ÿ‘ทpageHatter Modules

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