In this video, get an overview of the role system in Drupal, review the site plan, and take a look at user roles.
- [Presenter] All right, just as a reminder, … here's our site building workflow. … And we're now at the permissions and users explain section. … So we're going to take some time … to go through the user's workflow … which relates to the permissions. … Now, permissions as you'll see, can be pretty complex … but I'm going to lay it out as simply as I can. … Once we have a user setup, … we're going to install workflows, it's a module … and then see how that works. … Many of the clients that I have worked with … over the last year have implemented workflows … as a pretty much normal part of their dribble website. … All right, head over to People and click on Roles. … When you install Drupal, there are three roles installed … by default, anonymous user is somebody who just visits … your website and has no login or permissions at all. … And authenticated user is someone who has a login … and their permissions can be updated perhaps to add nodes … in a certain content type … if that's something that you want you users …
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