Loading...
 
Features / Usability

Features / Usability


Re: Groups/Organic Groups

United States

Try thinking of it this way...

  • A group is a way to organize users.
  • A category is a way to organize content (such as a wiki page or blog).


Typically, I use groups to organize users:

  • by permission
    For example, members of the Editors group might have the tiki_p_edit permission and can edit wiki pages. But members of the Registered group may not.
  • by content type
    For example, members of the Group A Users group might be able to view only content that is in the Group A Pages category.


Both groups and categories are closely related to Tiki's permissions. I recommend reviewing the docs for details.



HTH,

- Rick | My Tiki Blog | My Tiki UserPage

Now Available: Tiki Essentials, the #1 (and only) book for Tiki! Learn more...

Need more help? Try Tiki for Dummies Smarties: A beginner's guide and Tiki Essentials: What all Smarties need to know about Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware.

Upcoming Events

No records to display

Why Register?

Register at tiki.org and you'll be able to use the account at any *.tiki.org site, thanks to the InterTiki feature. A valid email address is required to receive site notifications and occasional newsletters. You can opt out of these items at any time.