Permissions are used to control access in Method, but there are different types of permissions depending on what or who requires access.
The following are the types of permissions you will find in Method. Each permission type is completely separate from each other and are configured differently.
User Permissions - Used to control the access a Method user has to apps and packs, as well as administrative and customizer access. For more information, see the article User Permissions.
Account Permissions - Used to control the access a Method user has to the API as well as individual records assigned to other users. For more information, see the article Restricting What Records Users See.
Screen Permissions - Used to control who has access to a Method screen. (Only Method Users, only your customers, or openly public for everyone). For more information, scroll down to the Security section of the Screen Management article.