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Users and groups
To give users access to LiveTiles Reach, Active Directory users can be authorized directly or via Active Directory groups. In the menu "Settings - Users" users / groups are added to grant general access to the system.
To use Azure AD for user authentication, no special permissions are required. This is because user authentication is an open service provided by Azure AD. However, if you want to use Azure AD groups in LiveTiles Reach or perform a user search, you need administrator permission.
The next step is to define which LiveTiles Reach groups will give users which access. Only those who have been inserted in one of the roles in a LiveTiles Reach Group have the corresponding permissions in this group.
To add users to a group, navigate via the menu "Settings - Groups" and select the menu item "Permission Assignment" for the desired group.
Users and user groups must be added to the individual groups and assigned to a role.
A role contains the different permissions. The following roles are available:
- Reader: Users of this role can see the content, but cannot change it. They have no access to the editorial area of the workspace.
- Author: Users of this role can create and edit content. They cannot publish content. They have access to the editorial area of the workspace.
- Editor: Users of this role can create, edit and publish content. They have access to the editorial area of the workspace.
- Administrator: Users of this role can customize permissions and workspace properties.
Owners can do everything in LiveTiles Reach without restrictions. If you are an owner, you cannot remove yourself from this list. You can also invite people who were not previously members of LiveTiles Reach. If you do so, an invitation will be sent to them by e-mail.