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Control Panel

Shared admin access

2020-01-18

As of now, you can share admin access to a website branch, website group or your entire account.

There is no user interface yet for this on the Control Panel, so you have to shoot me an email and I'll manually set it up for you. That's because it was an urgent requirement by the heaviest Boomla developer Bernát, and I wanted to provide him with a solution but I really have my focus elsewhere for now. I'll roll out a user interface once it's actually used.

 

Role based

It is a role based access control mechanism.

There is the account admin role, which let's you basically do anything the account owner can, except for changing their email and password, or removing the account. An account admin can create websites, change their settings, install packages on any of them, etc.

The website group admin role can do anything within the website group. It can edit the websites, install packages, work with branches and change the website settings. It can not remove the website group itself though.

A branch admin works similarly, but bound to a single branch. It can edit the website (branch), install packages, change its settings, but it can not create new branches or remove the branch.

If your use case is not covered by the above roles, get in touch so we can create a new role for you.


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