Permissions - Configuration
The Access page is where permissions are configured by an administrator (Fig. 1.1)
(Fig. 1.1) Typical access permissions configuration options
Create a rule
To create a new rule, click on + Create A Rule under Specific Rules (Fig. 1.2)
(Fig. 1.2) Create a rule for a group or user
For convenience, you can create a new group right by clicking + New Group, or just go ahead and create your new rule for a group or specific user. In this example, we are creating a rule for the group Calendar Managers (Fig. 1.3)
(Fig. 1.2) Select the exact Role and Scope of the new rule
Placing a checkmark under Select Scope will ensure that these permissions cascade down to all child items of where this rule is set.
Authoring permissions can be set separately from the inherited and specific rules. This is a very useful tool as it allows scenarios where users can create content that can never be edited by them again.
Set up a calendar for employees to book time off from work, by setting Authors access to Write
To change authoring access, click the action button next to Authors under Settings and select one of the four options (Fig. 2.1)
(Fig. 2.1) Change authoring permission independently