The CMS gives you the freedom to create further roles which have a unique set of permissions. This is fantastic for enabling Teachers to have access and manage their own class pages. You might even want to create a role for Governors to have access to secure area content.
SelectUser Managerfrom theHometab.
SelectCreate New Rolefrom theCommon Taskscolumn.
Enter details for this role. Note: Required fields are marked with an asterisk. When creating a role, it must have aRole NameandRole Description.
SelectChoose Permissionsto configure the permissions for your new role. On the next screen, you will be asked to set the permissions on a selection of features. New roles, by default, will have View Only access. This will mean that users associated with that role, will not have the capability to update content on your website.
To change permission sets:
Locate the required feature in the left column. For example, select Page.
Set each permission toAlloworDeny, depending on what access you wish this role to have. Note: TheNot Setoption is the same as Deny and is selected by default.
SelectAdd Roleto save your new role to the User Manager.