Item Permissions in Concourse

Item Permissions in Concourse

Item level permissions describe the most granular level of permissions. These permissions operate on a single course’s syllabus item categories. The permissions determine whether or not a particular item is editable or visible for a certain group of users. For example, a course description may not be editable under an instructor’s group, or contact information may not be visible by the public.

If you can manage the course, go to Settings > Group and you can set view and editing capabilities for a particular group.

 

Note: Item categories must first exist on the syllabus in order to set permissions for them. 


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