After you’ve created a project you’ll probably want users to see it. Most customers also need to restrict projects to specific users. Once you’ve assigned users to a project as detailed in the access management documentation there are two ways you can have users login to access their projects.
The first is to send users a link directly too the project they’ve been assigned to. For example, if you have a project located at http://www.yourdomain.com/panorama/website-redesign-for-company-xyz you can just send them that link directly. When they click on the link, it will take them to a page where it asks them to login. Once they’ve logged in it will redirect them to the project page where they can view more details.
If you want to send people to a generic page or to a listing of all projects they have been assigned to, you can send them a link to the “address” folder your projects are located at. So if a single project address is http://www.yourdomain.com/panorama/website-redesign-for-company-xyz you’d send people to http://www.yourdomain.com/panorama/. This will show users who are not logged in the same login fields, but once they login they will see a list of projects assigned to them.