Your Ducalis Organization is where you keep your priorities straight.
Once you sign up, you have to create an organization and give it a name. The name can be your company, product, or project name. We suggest a clear one, that you and your teammates can easily identify. You can join multiple organizations using invite links.
To create a new organization sign up in Ducalis with:
- Email address via a magic link. (How to use magic links).
- Google Account.
To join an existing organization:
- Sign Up via an invitation link (if you don’t have an account in Ducalis).
- Sign In via an invitation link (if you have already signed up).
There are four roles in the organization — an owner, an admin, a member and a viewer.
- Owner – is the user who creates the Ducalis account. To change the owner of your account, please get in touch with us in the chat below.
- Admin – the user with full access to settings, boards, billing, and invite other members.
- Member – the user with access to evaluation, issues, and ideas creation but cannot edit settings or add members.
- Viewer – the user who has read-only access. The role is useful for teammates who are not directly involved in backlog prioritization but need to check priorities within the account occasionally.
When you create an organization, as an owner of the organization you automatically become an admin.
When you join an existing organization, you get the role that you were assigned by the person who invited you.
Admins can change people’s membership statuses anytime. But admins can’t change their own status—only another admin can do that.
What can you use ducalis for?
- Prioritization and Backlog Grooming.
- Team Alignment building.
- Collecting and managing users’ feedback.
To prioritize the issues, you can:
- Import them from a task tracker when you integrate it with Ducalis.
- Import a CSV file with your issues.
- Create them manually in Ducalis.
If you import tasks from a tracker, other members need to log in to the connected tracker inside Ducalis to prove they have the right to read the tasks. If they don’t log in, they will not see the evaluation boards.
You can integrate as many issue trackers as you need. Members don’t have to log in to all of them, only those with boards that have issues they need to evaluate.
To collect manage users’ feedback, you can:
- Create a voting board that’s public to your users.
- Users can create public idea on the voting board.
- You can add public ideas from your internal backlog.