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Create user groups to control page access

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Written by Lily Moessel
Former MindTouch Employee at MindTouch
This page applies to:MindTouch (current)

This article outlines the steps for creating user groups in MindTouch to maximize online visibility while allowing control over contributor access to your public-facing pages and sections.
 

If you are using SAML single sign-on (SSO) authentication, you must first create groups via your identification provider (IdP), then create the same groups in MindTouch as outlined in this article. Note that your MindTouch groups MUST be named exactly as they appear in your IdP. 

 

How to create your user groups


To create user groups that will have access to create, edit or manage specific pages or sections of your public-facing content, follow these steps:

Step 1:  Create your contributing user groups

  1. On the MindTouch toolbar, select Site tools > Control panel.

Screenshot of accessing the control panel to create groups
 

  1. In the control panel, under Users & Groups, select Groups.

Screenshot of the groups option in the MindTouch control panel
 

  1. Click Add Groups.

Screenshot of how to add groups in the MindTouch control panel

Step 2:  Name your new groups

In the Groups dialog, enter your group names.

Ampersands (&) in group names are currently NOT supported.

Screenshot of group names entered in the groups dialog

Give your groups easily identifiable names such as "Employees" (for general access), "Editors" (for specific user access) or "Compliance" (for specific departmental access).

 Step 3:  Assign the Viewer role to your group(s)

  1. Assign the Role of Viewer (!) to your groups.  
  2. Click Add Groups.

Screenshot of groups designated as viewers

 

What's next?


Learn how to add users to your groups.

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