This article provides information on customizing permissions for the 'Root Space' in Jive.
The community includes a root space, called 'community' by default. From there, you can add more spaces to create a hierarchy. The root space is the parent to all other spaces and is designed to be a community-wide template for setting permissions in new spaces. When spaces are created, their permissions can be based on the permissions of the root space, even if only as a starting point to customize. You can customize the root space, setting commonly-used permissions that make sense for new spaces to have.
To customize root space permissions.
- Navigate to Admin Console > Permissions > Space Permissions.
- Click Edit root space permissions.
- On the Default space permissions, configure the root space permissions for user groups and individual users.
For more information on setting up permissions, see Assigning Permissions in Jive.
The specified permissions are applied to all top-level spaces which inherit the settings and can be used as the default setting when creating a new space.