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  1. Hello, I'm having some trouble setting up and executing projects that are strictly in-house, from project setup to assignee settings, access levels, and segment confirmation. Here's the situation: I work for a company that is in the industrial supply e-commerce sector. I am the head of localization (US-MX), and while from time to time we definitely do outsource translation/editing work, right now I am needing to create and complete some translation projects on my own. Even when I create a project myself, it doesn't let give me any of the manager permissions that I need to be able to finish the job as a manager would: I am stuck as a "Linguist" while I think I need the "Project Manager" permissions. This particular situation aside, I think it would be very beneficial for many users if there were a guideline/instruction manual for users who are not LSPs nor freelancers, but just businesses looking to organize their inhouse localization work. Could somebody guide me through how to accomplish this as a user? Any pointers from people who've done this themselves?
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