Basically the decision how your standard role looks like depends on how you want to start with COYO. A possible variant could be that your users see everything, but are not allowed to create elements for the time being:
What a user is able to with these rights
All social functions for timeline elements are available to him, he can like, comment and edit posts accordingly, he can call his own timeline as well as those of other users and global timelines such as on home pages.
The own profile, as well as personal settings and notifications, can be managed by the user. In addition, you can upload your own documents and view public documents and, if the settings of the element allow it, you can also access and change them.
Pages and workspaces are both visible, but no new items can be added. For workspaces, users have permission to edit settings and manage apps. For pages, the decision has been made that only apps can be edited. Events can be created and edited by users at any time.
In addition, the user can edit Office 365 documents with these rights and can read news with the COYO Engage App. The Launchpad can also be used to its full extent.
Important when assigning rights
The general rights define many global possibilities that affect almost all areas of COYO. To give you a better idea, we have some practical examples for you:
- If a user is not allowed to comment globally, then this option is nowhere available: neither on timelines nor under blogs or wikis.
- A user who is not allowed to access documents will not be able to access documents in document apps.