Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating user groups, part of Learning Jive Administration.
- User groups are different than social groups…that we've previously created.…User groups are most easily thought of…as containers to hold a set of permissions…and bind them to a set of users in a particular place.…User groups, in fact, are invisible to regular users.…So, a user will know that they are part of the pilot team,…or they're part of an ad hoc hiking group,…but they will not know…that they have been assigned to a particular user group…that you created for permissions.…
When we create user groups,…we can also assign that group of users…to a particular role,…and this can be helpful…because you can do some iconography with this,…so that there's a badge and there's a visual clue…about what this particular user's role is…within the permission space.…The roles that are built in are administrator,…champion, employee, expert,…moderator, and support.…Let's begin by setting up…an administrator user group,…and let's then also set up an employee user group,…so we can see how this works.…
Here we are in the administrative console,…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Setting up spaces and groups
- Creating users
- Working with permissions
- Resetting user passwords and avatars
- Creating activity pages and blogs
- Assigning content moderators
Skill Level Beginner
1. Setting Up the Community and Spaces
2. Working with Permissions
3. Managing User Settings
Banning a user1m 52s
4. Customizing and Managing Spaces
5. Configuring Content Moderation
What's next?1m 4s
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