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Setting permissions for adding outside collaborators

To protect your organization's data and the number of paid licenses used in your organization, you can configure who can add outside collaborators to organization repositories.

By default, anyone with admin access to a repository can invite outside collaborators to work on the repository. You can choose to restrict the ability to add outside collaborators to organization owners only.

Note: Only organizations that use GitHub Enterprise Cloud can restrict the ability to invite outside collaborators to organization owners. Para más información sobre cómo probar GitHub Enterprise Cloud de forma gratuita, vea "Configuración de una versión de prueba de GitHub Enterprise Cloud".

If your organization is owned by an enterprise account, you may not be able to configure this setting for your organization, if an enterprise owner has set a policy at the enterprise level. For more information, see "Enforcing repository management policies in your enterprise"."

El agregar a un colaborador externo a un repositorio privado o interno utilizará una de tus licencias de pago. Para más información, vea "Acerca de los precios por usuario".

  1. En la esquina superior derecha de GitHub.com, haga clic en la foto de perfil y luego en Your organizations. Opción Your organizations (Sus organizaciones) en el menú del perfil

  2. Junto a la organización, haga clic en Settings. El botón de configuración

  3. In the "Access" section of the sidebar, click Member privileges.

  4. Under "Repository outside collaborators", deselect Allow repository administrators to invite outside collaborators to repositories for this organization. Checkbox to allow repository administrators to invite outside collaborators to organization repositories

  5. Click Save.