- the system first applies permissions according to that Member’s Role, then
- the system will add or remove Permissions according to the Permissions granted to any Groups that Member is in, and finally
- the system will add or remove Permissions depending on any exceptions that may have been designated for that particular Member
Uncle John is an ordinary Community Member in a Community called ‘Aunt Mary’s Helpers’, and also assigned to a Group in that Community called ‘Drivers’ – those Members requested by the family as capable of driving Aunt Mary to various appointments. A new Activity is created called ‘Kids Soccer Practice’. The following Permissions are assigned:
- Other than Coordinators, no Member will even see this Activity on the Calendar,
- Members of the ‘Drivers’ Group will be able to view and sign up for this Activity on the Calendar, and
- Uncle Joe (Joe Underwood), despite being a Member of the ‘Drivers’ Group, will not even see this Activity on the Calendar.
Role – Leaders always have all Permissions and may not be changed. The Public Role may only be granted ‘View’ Permissions.
Groups – You may add as many Groups as needed using the drop-down menu, assigning – or removing – different Permissions for each Group. (If two or more Groups are assigned Permissions, and a Member is in more than one of those Groups, Permissions for that Member will be applied – or removed – in the order in which the Groups appear in the list.)
Individual People – This category is for exception handling: you may assign – or remove – Permissions for any number of individual people in the Community (Leaders, Coordinators, and Members), where the Permissions need to be different than those applied to a Member’s Role or Groups.
See also: Manage Groups
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