It's time to take a look at permissions. Follow along for insights on how to set permissions and rearrange roles in the administrator interface for easy sorting.
- If you're not already there, … go ahead and click on "People," … and you'll see that we have one user, that's us. … We have the role of administrator, … but that's a little tricky … because we're actually super user number one, … as I've mentioned a couple of times. … Click on "Roles," and here's our three roles. … Click "Add Role." … And in this video, … we're going to set up our content editor role. … Click on "Role Name" and enter "Content Editor." … Click "Save." … Now this doesn't actually do anything, … but I like to drag and drop my roles … in the order of access or permissions. … It just changes the order on the "Permissions" page. … In fact, while you're working on permissions, … sometimes it's just easier to put them … all the way to the left, … so that you can see them really easily. … So let's leave it at the top, … and I'll show you how that works. … Click "Save," and click on "Permissions." … So you'll see that this is the order of the roles screen. … And later on, when we've set up permissions and tested them, …
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