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|Once created, a GraceBlocks user account is active until it is deactivated by the user under My profile. Even if a user's account is removed from a specific Zone or Block by the Zone owner, the user continues to have an active account to use for creating new Blocks (if authorized) or collaborating on Blocks in other Zones on the GraceBlocks platform. The account remains active until the user chooses to deactivate the account.
|Active Block user status
|See Block user status.
|Active Zone user status
|See Zone user status.
|When a Zone is active, authorized users can access the Zone. When a Zone owner creates a Zone, it is an Active Zone. It can be deactivated or reactivated by the Zone owner under Zone settings.
|When creating a Block, builders can set the color of the Block. This color is used for branding the user experience for all users within this Block.
|When creating a Block, builders can define the information that all users will see when they first enter the Block. This page is the home tab () inside the Block. Use this to provide instructional guidance, relevant links, and/or images to help your users with adoption. Learn more about adding Blocks and configuring the Block homepage.
|The Block icon is the image that represents a Block, and Block builders can define this image. The icon, along with the Block color, defines the branding identity for the Block. Builders can choose from over 1,000 possible icons in a searchable bank of icons.
|The Block is the foundation inside GraceBlocks. Builders first build Blocks and then put the system inside the Block for end users to adopt. Zone Users can see and access only the Blocks inside a Zone where they have been granted user access. Learn more about Blocks.
|Block end user
|The Block end user is any licensed Graceblocks user with a role other than Block builder inside a Block. When these individuals access a Block, the Block Builder capabilities are not available. If needed, Block Builders can control access to information inside the using up to three security levels: Security Access: General, Level 1, and Level 2. Read more about roles and security access levels.
|Block user status
The Block user status references the existence of a relationship and status of a user's GraceBlock's account specifically for a single Block within a Zone. A user can belong to and can have varying statuses for each Zone (see Zone user status) and Block (the Block user status) in GraceBlocks. For example, even if a GraceBlocks user has an Active Account, their Block user status may still be Pending or Invited, because this status is specific to Block within the Zone. GraceBlocks account holders can have four possible statuses in relation to a specific Block within a Zone:
|The Builder is the Role for the people who configure and design systems inside of GraceBlocks. There are two types of Builders inside GraceBlocks:
|Inside Blocks, you can collaborate with other Block users about a particular record from the details page. Click Collaboration () to load the panel that allows you to track comments related to the record. Any time another user references you using the @ symbol in this panel, an alert will be sent to you and appear under Notifications (). These notifications are sent immediately. Learn more about collaboration.
|Users can be assigned as a collaborator on a specific record. With this assignment, it is possible to be updated via notifications() any time an assigned record is first assigned or updated. These notifications are sent on an hourly basis. Learn more about collaborator assignments.
|While working in a tab using the spreadsheet view, you can use copy (CTRL+C) and Paste (CTRL+V) actions to populate multiple cells at one time. Copy data from spreadsheets or .csv files as needed using this function. 💡Note: If you are trying to copy data from another tab, you should first download the data and then copy and paste from the resulting .csv file to ensure the best results. (Some field types will not paste cleanly from a direct copy action). Learn more by reading copy and paste tips.
|Inside Blocks, it's easy to collaborate with other users of the same Block. From any record that resides in any tab, you can access the details page for the record by clicking the first column label, icon 🔎, or link # (depending on that tab's configuration and view). On the Details page, you can find all the fields related to the record, as well as additional panels of information, which include Related records, messages (if Field type: messaging thread is used in the tab), collaboration, and history.
|While viewing a Tab in the spreadsheet view, you can download a .csv file of the records. If a filter is applied when you click the Download icon (), the resulting file includes only records that match the filter criteria. For plans that support greater than 10,000 records, if you attempt to download more than 10,000 records at one time, the download becomes an asynchronous process, and the results will be delivered via notifications when they are available. Read more about downloading records.
|Any time you see an icon with dots ( or), you can click this icon and drag the item into a new position. For example, for all users, on the Details page, you can drag the width of the window to resize it. Some drag options are specific to builders: on the GraceBlocks homepage, builders can drag around the order of Zones. In addition, builders can drag items to set the order of single and multi-select lists.
The following areas also support drag-related productivity options but do not show the Drag icon:
|GraceBlocks offers a variety of pricing plans. Each Zone where you are a user is on an individual pricing plan, as elected by the Zone owner. The Enterprise plan offers additional volume thresholds, security, and data hosting protocols. If you are a large employer, with more than 5,000 employees and would like to deploy GraceBlocks across your business, it is likely that your Zone will benefit from these additional thresholds and protocols. Based on the goals of a particular Zone, we can create a custom quote that is aligned with your business needs. Learn more about pricing plans.
|Block builders can add fields to tabs to define the data they will collect inside the Blocks they build. Several field types are supported.
|While editing any field, Block builders can define field callouts to provide additional explainer text to help Block end-users understand the meaning behind the field and how to use it. When you enter text as a field callout, it will appear in an information icon () just to the left of the field name in the spreadsheet view. This option is available when you have selected the More field attributes toggle.
|When you add fields to a Block's tab, you must specify the field type to clarify what data will be collected into the field. In general, you can modify fields and change their type, but some rules exist based on the field type that limits the supported modifications. Click here to learn more about the various field types.
|Field type: added by
This field type displays the user who created the record. This field can be added to a tab at any time. It shows the added by information for all historic and future records added to the tab. This field type can only be added to a tab once. Learn more: Field Added by.
|Field Type: added on
|This field type displays the date (and potentially time) when the record was created. Formatting options exist under the More field attributes toggle to choose the date format and whether or not the time will also display. You can add this field to a tab at any time. It will show the added on information for all historic and future records added to the tab. This field type can only be added to a tab once. Learn more: Field type: Added on.
|Field type: collaborator
|This field type allows one or more Zone users to be assigned a role for records that are added to the tab. This field type is an essential component to the Collaboration capabilities within the system and also has implications to how roles and security access works in the system. Options such as allowing single or multiple collaborators, assigning a default collaborator, or activating collaborator notifications (paid plans only) can be found using the More field attributes toggle. Learn more: field Type: collaborator.
|Field Type: counter
|This field type automatically inserts a sequentially incremented numeric value to all records that are added to the tab. This field type is an easy way to give a helpful unique identifier to each record, if it is needed. This field type can only be added to a tab once. Options such as resetting the numbering and defining the start number of the counter can be found using the More field attributes toggle. Learn more: field Type: counter.
|Field type: date
|This field type allow users to specify a date value. Use the More field attributes toggle to format the date, choose whether time will be included, and automatically set a default date value into each record on creation that is X days from the date of record creation. Learn more: field type: date.
|Field type: email
|This field type allows users to provide an email address in the field. Data is only stored in this field if users provide a valid email address. Invalid email addresses are highlighted in red and will not save into the system. Valid email addresses will convert to clickable email to: links. Learn more: field type: email.
|Field type: formula
|This field type allows builders to derive values for records based using functions. Learn more: field type: formula.
|Field type: long text
|This field type allows users to provide up to 10,000 characters of text into the field. This field type is useful for long descriptive text. However, keep in mind that if you will be exporting or reporting on this data, you might need to consider using the short text field type instead. Learn more: field type: long text.
|Field type: lookup
|This field type automatically inserts information from a relational field's tab, as prescribed. This field is available only after the first relational field has been configured into the tab. Learn more: field type: lookup.
|Field type: messaging thread
|This field type allows text messaging to occur between Block users and records that have been added to the tab. This field is only visible after a means of messaging with the record has been configured into the tab. (The first available means is adding a mobile number in the phone field type). Learn more: field type: messaging.
|Field type: masked text
Is is possible to create fields that are masked with hash marks *** limiting the display of all or part of the cells in the field, and allowing only authorized users to unmask these fields.
This field type is only available with pro or higher-level plans.
|Field type: multiple select
|This field type allows users to select one or more options from a predefined list. When configuring this field type (which is also known as multi-select), the Builder can prescribe colors and the ordering of each value option. Use the More field attributes toggle to easily alphabetize a list and toggle on/off colors. Learn more: field type: multiple select.
|Field type: phone
|This field type allows users to store a U.S. or internationally-recognized valid phone number in the field. The system auto-formats the number. Invalid phone numbers are highlighted in red and will not save in the system. Use the More field attributes toggle to access additional settings, such as is mobile phone. When mobile phone designation is active for the phone field type, it unlocks the use of the messaging thread field type for the tab. Learn more: field type: phone.
|Field type: relational
|This field type allows users to access and connect records between the current tab and any other tab across the entire Zone. This feature allows builders to establish relationships between records. Adding a relational field automatically places a column in both the current tab and the selected relational field. Use the More field attributes toggle to designate whether these fields support multiple or single selections of values, have limits applied to values presented, or will operate as nested fields. Learn more: field type: relational
|Field type: RTF
|This field type allows users to provide up to 10,000 characters of formatted text into the field (bold, italics, hyperlinks, checkmarks, bullets and numbers, etc.). Learn more: field type: RTF.
|Field type: short text
|This field type allows users to enter text into the field. GraceBlocks recommends using this field type (instead of long text) if exporting or reporting on this data might be necessary. By default, this field supports up to 255 characters, but Block builders can use the More field attributes toggle to access setting options for limiting the character length of the field. Learn more: field type: short text
|Field type: single select
|This field type allows users to select one option from a predefined list. When configuring this field type, the Builder can prescribe colors and can drag around the ordering of each value option. Use the More field attributes toggle to easily alphabetize a list and toggle on and off colors on values. Learn more: Field type: Single select.
|Field type: system ID
|This field type automatically inserts the system's autogenerated numeric value for the record added to the tab. The number assigned cannot be edited, reset, or changed in any way. Use the counter field if you want a number with a little more control (such as defining a start number or auto-renumber records, starting with a clean number being set on the final deployment of your system). Learn more: field type: system ID.
|Field type: updated by
|This field type displays the user who last updated the record. Change of field, message sent/received, and collaboration activity are all updates that trigger a change to this value. This field can be added to a tab at any time and will show this information for all historic and future records added to the tab. This field type can only be added to a tab once. Learn more: field type: updated by.
|Field type: updated on
|This field type displays the date when the record was last updated. Change of field, message sent/received, and collaboration activity are all updates that trigger a change to this value. You can access formatting options under the More field attributes toggle to choose the date format and whether the time is also included. This field can be added to a tab at any time and will show this information for all historic and future records added to the tab. This field type can only be added to a tab once. Learn more: field type: updated on.
|Field Type: URL
|This field type allows users to provide a valid URL into the field. Data is stored in this field only when users must provide a valid URL. Invalid URLs are highlighted in red and will not save into the system. Valid URLs will convert to clickable links. Learn more: Field type: URL.
|Users can click the Filter icon () from any tab to apply filters to help find relevant records. Any field a user can access in the tab is a filterable item. Once a filter is applied, it will persist on the page for that user until the filter is removed or changed. Users can remove filters through the filter icon or by clicking the X to the right of the displayed filter criteria shown on the page. Learn more: Filtering records.
|After a filter has been applied in a tab, the filter criteria display the filters that have been are applied to the list of records. These filter criteria display in bubbles. You can remove each filter criteria bubble by clicking the X on the right side of the bubble. Users can see the filter criteria on the top left of the body section of the page from any view.
|GraceBlocks offers a variety of pricing plans. Each Zone where you are a user is on an individual pricing plan, as elected by the Zone Owner. If you create your account from scratch, you will create and be the Zone Owner for the Zone created with your account. Users can also create and own additional Zones from the GraceBlocks homepage, provided that they have supplied a validated mobile phone number at are at least 18 years of age. Upon creation, a Zone starts on the Free plan, which supports various features. At any time, the Zone owner can choose to upgrade the Zone, allowing all users to access increased capabilities while working inside the Blocks of that Zone. Learn more about pricing plans.
|Used in formula fields to set a predefined set of instructions or operations that can be used to process and manipulate data within GraceBlocks. It allows users to perform calculations, transformations, or derive new data based on existing data in a structured and efficient manner. Learn more: see field type: formulas
|General security level
|See Security Level: General
|The General end-user is a Block end-user who only has access to the security level: general capabilities for tabs and fields, as specified by the Block builder. Read more about security access levels.
|The community where users of GraceBlocks can learn, collaborate and share ideas with the team at GraceBlocks. In addition to general discussion, the community supports the ability of community members to suggest and vote on features. Join the conversation at the following URL: https://support.graceblocks.com//hc/en-us/community/topics
|GraceBlocks desktop app
|GraceBlocks offers both a desktop and mobile user experience. The GraceBlocks desktop app is intended for using GraceBlocks on personal computers and laptops and is where users need to access all builder capabilities.
|The GraceBlocks homepage is where a user first lands when they log into their GraceBlocks user account. From the GraceBlocks homepage, users can access their user profile and the Blocks across all Zones with authorized access. Builders also have enhanced capabilities to build Zones and Blocks from the GraceBlocks homepage.
|GraceBlocks mobile app
|GraceBlocks offers both a mobile and a desktop user experience. The GraceBlocks mobile app can be installed for Andriod only from the Play Store.
|When working in Spreadsheet View, Quick View or with Related records, users can see an option to change the height of the data that is displayed. By choosing the Height icon (, , or ) with more lines, more information about the list of data will display in the spreadsheet view.
|Inside Blocks, you can view the history of changes to a particular record from the Details page. Click the History tab in the right panel () to load the history of changes that have occurred to the fielded data associated with the record. Each change is date stamped, illustrates what fields changed, and denotes the user who made the change. The period tracked for history is controlled by the pricing plan of the Zone where the Block is located. (Free: Two weeks, Basic: 3 months, Pro: 3 years). Learn more about history.
|Users individually own and can choose to deactivate their GraceBlocks account anytime, converting it from an Active account to an Inactive account. Inactive accounts are removed from user license counts in all Zones with the account associated. A user with an inactive account can no longer log into any GraceBlocks for any Zone. If the user creates a new account using the same email and/or phone credentials, GraceBlocks creates for them a wholly new account with no association with the previously inactivated account. As an alternative to deactivating accounts, Zone owners can also remove active user accounts from their Zone, which removes those users from the user license count for their Zone but leaves the accounts for those users active for use in other Zones.
|Users who are not yet GraceBlocks user account holders who are added and invited into Zone have an invited account. Builders invite users through the Send Invite button (which resides in the Zone Users Block for [Zonename] > Users tab () or from the Account Management icon inside every Block (). When this individual logs in using the email address that matches the invitation, the invited account converts into an active account.
|Invited Block user status
|See Block user status.
|Invited Zone user status
|See Zone user status.
|Is mobile phone
|When configuring the field type: phone, Is mobile phone is an option under the More field attributes toggle. Selecting this option allows the system to interpret the number stored in this field as a mobile phone number, which allows text messages to be sent and received. Once this option is enabled, you can configure a new field type into the tab to activate the text messaging features of GraceBlocks: Field type: Messaging thread.
|Zone owners can choose to deactivate an Active Zone, converting it to an Inactive Zone. When a Zone is inactive, no users are authorized to access it. When a Zone owner creates a Zone, it is active. It can be deactivated or reactivated by the Zone owner under Zone settings.
|Users can choose which layout they prefer when viewing the details page of a record. This puts panel information (attachments, related records, messages, collaboration, and history) on the left or bottom of the page, as the user prefers.
|Level 1 end-user
|This is the role of a Block end-user with access to features with security access of general and level 1 for tabs and fields, as specified by the Block builder. Read more about security access levels.
|Level 2 end-user
|This is the role of a Block end-user who while not a Block builder, has access to everything available according to security access for tabs and fields, as specified by the Block builder. Read more about security access levels.
|Level 1 security access
|See Security access: level 1
|Level 2 security access
|See Security access: level 2
|Messages are text messages sent or received using the built-in text messaging capabilities of GraceBlocks.
|When the Field type: Messaging thread is activated in a tab, it unlocks a new view, called messaging (), that is available for users of the view. While messaging activity is also accessible from the spreadsheet view, users can easily use this view for an experience focused on sending and receiving text messages to one or multiple users. Learn more about the messaging view.
|More field attributes toggle
|When managing the editing of the properties of tabs and fields, Block builders have basic options that appear automatically and more in-depth options that appear below the More field attributes toggle. Switch this toggle to on to view the additional configuration options for any tab or field.
|This is a method of authentication supported for users who log in directly to GraceBlocks when they sign in via username/password. Users signing in via Google or Microsoft should have the option for additional security at login controlled by these identity providers directly. The multifactor option can be enabled for all users of a Zone or individually on a user's profile. Learn more about multifactor.
|Users can access My profile () from the GraceBlocks homepage or within any Block to manage their personal information. Options include providing an avatar icon, updating and validating contact information, and managing specific Zones owned by their account. Learn more about managing my profile.
|It is possibly to define a relational field type as nested or hierarchical in nature. Learn more about nested fields.
|Users can use Notifications () from the GraceBlocks homepage or from within any Block to access notifications that have trigged for them from the collaboration feature, collaborator assignments, and from received text messages. Notifications are also used for other system-related transactions, such as the delivery of large file download requests. Learn more about using notifications.
|Owner is the term for the individuals who have ownership of the Zone. These individuals are responsible for the Zone and control the plan, users, and assignment of building capabilities inside the Zone.
|Pending accounts exist for users who are not yet GraceBlocks, user account holders who are added to a Zone Users Block of a Zone but have not yet been invited by Zone owners to be a user for a Zone. These users need to be invited through the Send Invite button (which resides in the Zone Users Block for [Zonename] > Users tab () or from the Account Management icon inside every Block ().
|Pending Block user status
|See Block user status.
|Pending Zone user status
|See Zone user status.
|Zone owners purchase GraceBlocks by choosing a plan. Plan options include the following: Free, Starter, Pro, and Enterprise. The elected plan determines which features will be available for each licensed user to access the Zone. Learn more about plans and how pricing works for GraceBlocks.
|While viewing a tab in the spreadsheet view or messaging view, you can print records. If a filter is applied when you click the Print icon (), the resulting print action only includes records matching the filter criteria. The print option is also available from the details page. From there, you will be prompted to select the sections of the detail page to include in the print action. Learn more about printing records.
|Any field can be designated as Private by a Builder when editing a field's advanced settings. Private fields are only accessible to authorized users, as defined in a tab's security settings.
|The Pro Plan is the second-level paid pricing tier option for GraceBlocks. All of the users in a Zone have a license to access the Zone based on the selected plan and the associated capabilities offered with that plan. Learn more about pricing plans.
|You can use the quick view to view a tab of records in a Block. The view is read-only and the first column is locked in place, indicating the record's identifier. Based on the tab's configuration, this view may be the only available view. If more than one view is available, you can access quick view by clicking the Quick view icon (). Learn more about the quick view.
|A record in GraceBlocks is a discrete set of data about a particular item. It is represented by a single row of data in a tab, as visualized in the spreadsheet view.
|Builders can associate records across tabs with one another by using the Field Type: Relational. Related values are visible in the spreadsheet view and the details page using a record's relational identifier.
For each tab, Block builders can specify up to three fields on the tab to clearly specify records for this tab in various places throughout the Zone. For example, users can find and view records using the record identifier when interacting with related records.
For example, if I'm working with a tab of contacts, I may use two fields, (1) first name and (2) last name, as the record identifier fields.
By default, the record identifier is the first column of the tab. However, after tab creation and once more fields have been added to the tab, you can change this value by editing the tab properties. Read more about managing tabs and defining the record identifier.
|Removed block user status
|See Block user status.
|Section headers are numbered areas that can be labeled by the Block builder on the details page of a record. Block builders can also drag around the fields and section headers as needed. The purpose of section headers is to allow the most logical grouping of information for Block end-users viewing this information.
|Security Access: General
|Security Access: General is a Role that is available when adding Block end users to a Block and the default setting for access to Block tabs and fields for Block builders. Grant this role to end-users who should not be able to access sensitive information inside the Blocks they are authorized to access. When builders add users to Blocks, they can control the user's Role inside the block. If a Block builder does not put sensitive information inside the Block, there may be no need to think much about this concept. However, security options exist should there be a need to control who can access or do certain things within Blocks. Block end-users with this level of access do not see any capabilities to which security has been applied. Learn more about security access levels.
|Security Access: Level 1
|Security Access: Level 1 is a security level that can be set for tabs and field types under the More field attributes toggle. When assigned by a Block builder, this security level excludes the referenced capability from Block end users who have the role of General User.
|Security Access: Level 2
|Security Access: Level 2 is a security level that can be set for tabs and fields under the More field attributes toggle. When assigned by a Block builder, this security level excludes the referenced capability from Block end users who have the roles of either General User or Level 1 User.
Send invitation is an action that a Zone builder or Block builder takes after adding a user to a Zone or Block. After the builder adds the user, the Send Invitation button appears on the record row. When the builder clicks the button, GraceBlocks sends the individual an email with a link to access the Zone. Upon validation of their account, the user can enter the Zone with the roles granted to them, allowing them to see any Blocks where they have been given a Block role for the Zone.
|While viewing a tab in the spreadsheet view, you can provide viewing access to records with individuals with no role in the Block. If a filter has been applied to the list of records before you click the Share icon (), the shared records are limited to those that appear in the filtered results. You can provide the resulting list of records to individuals via (a secure or unsecured) link or embedded on a webpage for access by others. This feature offers you a way to share information with broader audiences. Learn more about sharing of records.
|You can use the spreadsheet view to view a tab of records in a Block. The view looks like a spreadsheet, with columns and rows of data. It is the primary view to use when building on GraceBlocks. Based on the tab's configuration and your user block role, this view may or may not be visible. You can access spreadsheet view by clicking the spreadsheet view icon (). Learn more about the spreadsheet view.
|The Starter Plan is the first paid-tier pricing option for GraceBlocks. All of the users in a Zone have a license to access the Zone based on the selected plan and the associated capabilities offered with that plan. Read more about pricing plans.
|The support portal is where you can go to get help using GraceBlocks. Whether it's to search existing content about using the platform, to submit a request for help, chat with a support agent, or collaborate with other users through the GraceBlocks community forum, you can find it all in the GraceBlocks support portal at https://support.graceblocks.com.
|Tabs function like pretty tables for storing data and act as a fundamental structural component inside a Block platform. Blocks are made up of tabs. Inside each Block, Block builders define each tab, giving it basic system parameters about how it will work, what it will be called, the icon used to represent it, its sequential order in the Block's design, its record identifier, and the fields that will be associated with it. Learn more about tabs.
|The tab icon (which you can select from a list of over 1,000 icons) represents a tab, as specified by the Block builder.
|Twilio is the service that powers the field type: messaging thread inside GraceBlocks. Learn more about field type: messaging thread.
|Zone Users Block
|The Zone Users Block is a special Block unlike any other Block in GraceBlocks. It is used to manage Zone users. This Block is automatically delivered with every GraceBlocks Zone and cannot be deleted. This Block is accessible only to Zone owners. This limitation is necessary because users who are added to Zones affect the user license counts and the associated pricing for GraceBlocks plans. Once a Zone owner adds a user's email address to the User's tab and specifies their Zone role, they will become a Zone user.
|Unused user license
|This is the number of user licenses purchased by a Zone owner that are not currently assigned to active accounts or invited accounts. It's the balance of licenses that are not being used while purchased and available.
|While the free plan for GraceBlocks supports an unlimited number of user accounts, all other plans have associated user licenses that must be purchased. The number of user licenses refers to the number of users who can be granted access to the Zone, as prescribed by the Zone owner while purchasing the plan. Zone owners can update and modify purchased licenses under Zone Settings > Plan Information: Change Plan. Any user with an active account or invited account associated with the Zone counts toward the usage of the number of user licenses purchased.
|Used user licenses
|This is the number of user licenses purchased by a Zone owner that is currently assigned to active accounts or invited accounts. Read more about plans.
|Validate email and mobile phone
|Under My profile, users can manage their account information, including providing contact information like email and mobile phone options. For both email and mobile phones, depending on how you create your account and the features you want to access, you may need to ensure that you complete an email and/or phone validation step. Until the user is validated, you can click not yet verified, and send validation message for the provided contact information. Click this button to initiate the process to validate your contact information. Learn more about email and mobile phone validation.
|The View defines the structural arrangement of information for the tab that a user is viewing. There are currently three possible view options: Quick view, Spreadsheet view, and Messaging view. The messaging view option only exists in tabs where the messaging thread field type is in use. Spreadsheet view may also be hidden based on the tab's configuration and the user's security access role level. If more than one view exists, users can choose to toggle between views using the View icons ( = quick view, = spreadsheet view, and = messaging view).
|A Zone is the workspace unit where groups of Blocks are built and managed by a team inside the GraceBlocks platform. Each Zone is on its prescribed plan as defined by the Zone Owner.
|These individuals are the custodians of Zones on GraceBlocks. They are responsible for all Block content and all Zone users inside their Zone. Per the terms of service with GraceBlocks, they must be at last 18 years of age. These users have access to every Block inside their Zone. Active GraceBlocks users become Zone owners when they create a Zone using their GraceBlocks account or when they are given this role by another Zone owner of the same Zone. Learn more about Zone ownership.
|Managed only by the Zone owner, the Zone settings area controls key attributes about how a Zone operates, including managing plans, zone names, activation status, mobile messaging numbers, and more. Zone owners can access these settings by clicking the Settings icon () associated with the Zone. Learn more about Zone settings.
|Zone user status
The Zone user status references the relationship and status of a user's GraceBlocks account, specifically for a single Zone. A user can belong to and be at varying statuses for each Zone (Zone user status) and for each Block (see Block user status) in GraceBlocks. For example, even if a GraceBlocks user has an Active Account, their Zone user status may still be Pending or Invited, because this status is specific to the Zone. GraceBlocks account holders can have four possible statues concerning a specific Zone:
* Features that are not yet developed but are planned for delivery.