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With Teams & Capsules, you can perform tasks like managing your teams and their members, registering new capsules, and determining read and write access by team members to capsules. This guide walks through these and other essential steps.
You're currently limited to creating three teams. If you need more than three teams, please contact Bixby support.
Your capsule is uniquely identified within Bixby by its ID, which is composed of an organizational namespace and a capsule name.
For example, if the capsule ID is
example.shirt, the organizational namespace is
example and the capsule name is
Your namespace is unique within the Bixby ecosystem. You must register it when when you create a team in the Bixby Developer Center, which is a required step if you want to submit your capsule to the Bixby marketplace.
You specify your capsule ID in your capsule descriptor, which is the
If you are creating a team for the first time, simply select the Create a New Team button on the front page of Teams & Capsules. You can then provide team details about your team such as the name, website, email, and namespace. If you aren't a team admin, you might be invited through email to join an existing team.
If you are just starting and you want to execute and debug your capsule using the simulator or with stories, you can use the
playground namespace. Another special namespace is
example, which is used for sample capsules. However, you cannot submit capsules that use these special namespaces. Once you have tested your capsule using these special namespaces, and you are ready to submit your capsule, you should follow the normal process here to create a team, register a capsule, and update your capsule ID in your
Your team's ability to execute capsules in Bixby Developer Studio, view submissions and submission details, or submit capsules depends on whether you have the correct permissions. Therefore, ensure that you register a namespace, your capsules are registered under that namespace, and the appropriate team members are collaborators for those capsules.
Regardless of your permissions, you can edit your profile to add a display name and profile picture. This allows fellow team members to better identify you.
Select Save Changes.
To edit Samsung Account information, such your name or phone number, select the Open Samsung Account Page button.
If you are an admin of an existing team, you can invite others as members or admins using their email address:
If you are an team admin, you might need to update team information, such as the team name, website, or team logo.
Select Save Changes.
As a team admin, you can register a capsule, which allows any collaborator to submit it.
You can only use letters, numbers, and underscores for a capsule ID.
You must use the fully-qualified name of the capsule (
[TEAM_NAMESPACE].[CAPSULE_ID]) within your
capsule.bxb file. Example:
Once you've added team members and capsules, you can add collaborators on each capsule. This allows them to edit capsule code, submit capsules, and view capsule submissions.
Select Save Changes.
In addition to adding collaborators, you can also remove them from a capsule.
As a capsule admin, a user has the ability to edit Config & Secrets, team members, and admins for your capsule.
You can use the same steps to also remove capsule admin permissions for those who already have it.
Here is a summary of the permissions you have depending on whether you are a team member, or capsule collaborator, or team admin.
|Ability||Capsule Collaborator||Capsule Admin||Team Member||Team Admin|
|View capsules and related submissions||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Add/remove capsule members||No||Yes||-||Yes|
|Add/remove team members||-||-||No||Yes|
|Make capsule submissions||Yes||Yes||No||Yes|
|Edit team information||-||-||No||Yes|
|Edit Config & Secrets||No||Yes||No||Yes^|
^ Requires additional Capsule Admin permission that you must assign yourself.
You must first be added to a team as a member or admin before you can become a capsule collaborator or capsule admin.
Because permissions are not mutually exclusive, which means, for example, that you can be both a team member and a capsule collaborator.
As a developer, you can only see submissions for capsules that you are allowed to view as a capsule collaborator. This also applies to submitting capsules.
You have the ability to delete your Bixby Developer Account. Your Samsung account, which is separate from your Bixby Developer Account, will remain. Also, you will not be able to access any capsules or teams you are associated with, though they will remain.
If you are the only capsule or team admin, you should appoint someone else before you delete your account.