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tobes50214
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07-07-2010

It would be great to have a different kind of user access permissions, restricting SiteCatalyst UI functionality rather than report type, where a user could be restricted to either;

 

a) only being able to view dashboards placed on their account menu by an Admin, without having permission to 'view full report'

 

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b) only being able to view dashboards placed on their account menu by an Admin, and having permission to 'view full report' for each reportlets and maybe filter and change date ranges, but no other access

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Hear, hear - both have their merits, but for my needs, option 2 would be my preference.

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Yes option 2 is better for us as well. While we would all like our users to be self-serve, somtimes it take baby steps to get them there.  Show them the power (end result) that as they become "experiences" adjust their permissions to go to town. As it is now some of these are restrict to only get deliver emailed reports.