Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding places, groups, and spaces, part of Learning Jive Administration.
- You'll recall, earlier I asked you not to jump in…and begin creating groups,…and this movie is why.…Because there are different types of structures…that you can use within Jive…to create the structure for your entire site.…So, we want to understand what those are.…There are two types of places,…and places is a specific term in Jive.…It started out that…the only types of places you could really create…were called spaces, and that makes sense,…because a space is a place.…Spaces are what we'll use to create formal structures.…
For example, a structure that reflects our departments,…our company has five departments,…we create five spaces.…Or another organization has a mission…with five different goals.…They create five spaces.…One for each goal.…Or perhaps we have two major clients.…So, we might create a space…for each of those two clients.…Another possibility is, we create a space,…because we need some unique security,…because when I create a space,…I can either inherit security…or I can create unique security…in that space.…
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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