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who can see who?

donharrison
as we can select, which groups can see which sub-forums, in our nabble app.
l'm wondering,  if we can also select which group can see  the nominated group(s)?

so - in "permissions" we have:

________________________________________________

"Show_group_members"
(Which groups allow members to be listed)
________________________________________________

however (unless i'm mistaken) - anyone -  can see a group(s) when its selected.

so l'm thinking it would be great to have the
option to select "which groups" can see the nominated group(s) listing

eg:
________________________________________________
"People"
(who can see a listed group)
________________________________________________

is this possible? or do we already have this function?

cheers Don.
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Re: who can see who?

Hugo <Nabble>
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Let me see if I understand what you want. You want to define some user groups – let's say A, B, C, D and E – and then somehow define what each group can see like this:
 - group A can see who is in C and D
 - group B can see who is in A, D and E
 - group C can't see who is in any group
 - group D can see who is in all groups

Is this what you want?
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Re: who can see who?

donharrison
yep - may sound odd,
but if l understand the current set-up
then "anyone" can see "members" if "people" is activated...

l'd think only members or higher should see such...

thoughts?

 
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Re: who can see who?

donharrison
scrub all the above - it works very well - better than l thought!

my bad - l was looking at the front page and changing permission there!
seems all l needed to do, was go into each sub-forum and set permissions from there...

the "people" icon & list,  now appears in each sub-forum as per my own custom levels.

thanks for helping me see the obvious...

cheers Don.