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"Add new folder" for non-admins

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Hi,

 

Is it possible to add the possibility for non administrators to add new folders to the AC folder structure of any kind?

 

As far as I can tell the "Add new folder" menu option is only available for administrators, can it be added to other operators/groups somehow? Non administrators seem to be able to only add folders of the same type as the parent (other menu option "Create new 'XYZ' folder").

 

If not, does anyone have a workaround for this problem?

 

Regards,

Jonas

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Hi Jonas,

 

Sorry for the misunderstanding. Yes so it's a ootb set up to avoid the non-admin users to create any folders everywhere. The idea is to force the to keep the navigation tree that was created for them.

 

That being said you can extend the navigation  and remove the sysFilter there. I think it will just give them the same rights as an admin. so for migration/upgrade purpose, it may be better to give to these advanced users admin rights 

 

Thanks,

David

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Community Advisor

Hi Jonas,

 

You can add the following named rights INSERT FOLDERS, EDIT FOLDERS, DELETE FOLDER to the operators or operator groups.

 

Thanks,

David

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Level 4

Hi David,

 

Did you try this?

 

From what I can tell those rights only seem to apply to the case I described, creating folders of the same type as parent (menu option "Create new 'XYZ' folder").

 

I would like non-administrators to be able to "Add new folder" and add other folder types.

 

Regards,

Jonas

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Community Advisor

Hi Jonas,

 

Sorry for the misunderstanding. Yes so it's a ootb set up to avoid the non-admin users to create any folders everywhere. The idea is to force the to keep the navigation tree that was created for them.

 

That being said you can extend the navigation  and remove the sysFilter there. I think it will just give them the same rights as an admin. so for migration/upgrade purpose, it may be better to give to these advanced users admin rights 

 

Thanks,

David