This article provides information on the different permissions that Jive offers out-of-the-box to control user access to different places and administrative settings.
Jive offers different permission settings depending on the 'Place' you assign these (e.g., space, blog, or social group, etc.).
Permissions by Place(s)
Following briefs the different permissions (offered out-of-the-box by Jive) by the place(s) these are available at.
These permissions allow users administrative and moderation permissions to system-wide settings. Most of the permission levels available here provide access to the Admin Console. You can't break out the bundled permissions in the administrative area (as you can with space permissions). For details on how to use these, please visit Managing System Administration Permissions.
These permissions allow users administrative or content moderation permissions in a space. Projects contained by a space inherit the permissions of their container space. For details on how to use these, please visit Managing Space Permissions.
Blogs allow permissions at two levels, in accordance with the two types. Non-global blogs (which are associated to a 'Place' (e.g., spaces, social groups, and projects)), and 'Global' blogs (like community-wide (system) blogs or member-specific (personal) blogs, which do not associate to a place). For details on permissions related to both the blog types, please visit Managing Blog Permissions.
These permissions allow users to view and create social groups. Projects contained by a group inherit the permissions of their container group. For details on how to use these, please visit Managing Social Group Permissions.
These permissions allow users to create and interact with content that can appear on the community's home page and in the user container, including announcements, polls, and videos. For details on how to use these, please visit Managing Other Content Permissions.