Set permissions for a storyboard
By setting permissions for a storyboard, you define the level of access that groups or users have for the storyboard.
When setting permissions, consider the following rules:
User-level permissions take priority over group-level permissions.
Example: If a user is allowed to edit a storyboard, but at the same time, this user is a member of a group that does not have the permission to edit, the user will still have the capability to edit the storyboard.
The most restrictive permissions take priority when a user belongs to several groups at the same time.
Example: A user belongs to both groups, Group A and Group B. Group A can edit the storyboard, but Group B does not have this permission. The user will not be able to edit the storyboard.
You have all the necessary role permissions granted by an administrator in Access Manager.Permissions
You have a storyboard in the Storyboards pane.
For the content in Shared with me, you need to have the View, Set permission shared content permissions granted by the sharer.
On the application sidebar, click
The Storyboardspane appears. For details, see Storyboards pane.
For the storyboard (tile or row), point to More actions, and then select Share > Set permissions.
Alternatively, you can open the storyboard by clicking Storyboard options on the Storyboards toolbar, and then select Share > Set permissions.
The Storyboard permissions dialog appears.
Specify for whom you want to set permissions for the storyboard. You cannot simultaneously add groups and users.
To add groups – Click the Groups tab, and then click the appropriate groups on the list.
To add users – Click the Users tab, and then click the appropriate users on the list.
The selected groups or users appear in the recipients list. To remove a recipient from the list, click next to the corresponding name.
The selected recipients appear in the list in edit mode.
Define the permissions for each recipient.Storyboard permissions
The following permissions can be set for a storyboard.
Note: The options that are allowed for a recipient also depend on the recipient’s role permissions granted in Access Manager. For details, search for “Permissions” in Access Manager Online Help.
Permission Recipient is allowed to View
Open the storyboard in view mode with the following options on the storyboard menu:
- Change color
- Tags (add private tags)
- Remove from list
Create copies of the storyboard. The following option appears on the storyboard menu:
Reshare the storyboard. The following option appears on the storyboard menu:
Modify the storyboard and manage subscriptions. The following options appear on the storyboard menu:
- Tags (add public tags)
- Update tile preview
- Add subscription
- Manage subscriptions
- Certify / Edit certification
Important: If multiple users are editing the storyboard at the same time, the last saved changes are applied.
Publish to web
Publish the storyboard to web. The following options appear on the storyboard menu:
- Publish to web
- Generate URL
- Manage URLs
- Publish to web
Manage permissions for groups and users in the Storyboard permissions dialog. The following option appears on the storyboard menu:
- Set permissions
You can select a role, which is a preset group of permissions.Roles for storyboard permissions
You can select one of the following roles to grant a preset group of permissions:
- Viewer – View, Duplicate, Share
- Author – View, Duplicate, Share, Edit
- Manager – View, Duplicate, Share, Edit, Publish to web, Set permission.
- Custom – A set of permissions that does not correspond to any of the roles.
- None – To deny all thepermissions. This option is needed, for example, when you granted some permissions to a group but want to deny access for a specific member of a group.
To change permission, click Denied or Allowed. The role name changes automatically depending on the granted permissions.
To grant or deny all permissions, point to More actions, and select the needed option.
Click Apply to save the permissions for the added recipients.
Now you can add more recipients to the list, either groups or users.
To edit the permissions for a recipient, point to More actions and click Edit. After your changes, click Save on the right side of the row.
To remove a recipient, point to More actions on the corresponding row and click Delete.
For the recipients, the storyboard appears under Shared with me in the Storyboards pane with the corresponding permissions.