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Create user accounts for Label Studio

Sign up and create an account for Label Studio to start labeling data and setting up projects.

Everyone with an account in Label Studio has access to the same functionality.

Create an account

When you first start Label Studio, you see the sign up screen.

  1. Create an account with your email address and a password.
  2. Log in to Label Studio.

Accounts that you create are stored locally on the Label Studio server, and allow multiple annotators to collaborate on a specific data labeling project.

If you want, you can create an account from the command line when you start Label Studio.

label-studio start --username <username> --password <password>

To restrict who has access to your Label Studio instance, you can invite collaborators directly.

Invite collaborators to a project

After you set up a labeling project, invite annotators to the project to start collaborating on labeling tasks.

  1. In the Label Studio UI, click the hamburger icon and click People.
  2. Click + Add People.
  3. Copy the invitation link and share it with those that you want to invite to Label Studio. If you need to update the link and deactivate the old one, return to this page and click Reset Link.

If you want to deactivate the signup page and use only the invitation link, set the following environment variable when you start Label Studio:

LABEL_STUDIO_DISABLE_SIGNUP_WITHOUT_LINK=true

Manage your account in Label Studio

After you create an account in Label Studio, you can make changes to it as needed.

  1. From the Label Studio UI, click the user icon in the upper right.
  2. Click Account & Settings.
  3. Update your display name and add a profile picture no larger than 512 x 512 pixels.
  4. Click Save.

Review existing accounts in Label Studio

You can review the existing accounts in Label Studio to see which people created which projects, and to which projects they contributed annotations.

  1. From the Label Studio UI, click the hamburger icon and click People.
  2. Review the list of users by email address and name. You can see the last time a user was active in Label Studio.
  3. Click a row to see additional detail about a specific user, including the projects that they created or contributed annotations to.

Reset password

If you forget your password or change passwords regularly for security reasons, you can change it from the command line.

  1. On the server running Label Studio, run the following command:

    label-studio reset_password
  2. When prompted, type the username and the new password. You see Password successfully changed.

You can also use optional command line arguments to reset the password for a username.