- From the Role list, select the user role for which you want to set access controls.
- From the Filters list, select all the applicable filters.
NoteYou might not have any filters set up at this stage. In which case, it says "no data available" in the list. You can create a new filter at the bottom of the page, which appears in the Filters list. See further on in this article for help with setting up filters.
- From the Permission list, choose whether to allow or deny access.
Decide which activities you want this role to perform:
- View - Allows users with the specified role to view the content only.
- Create - Allows users with the specified role to create additional content.
- Update - Allows users with the specified role to make changes to the content.
- Delete - Allows users with the specified role to delete the content.
You can allow a role to perform a combination of activities. For example, an Experience designer might need to have access to all activities. Therefore, you would select all of the options. On the other hand, an Employee might only need to view the content, so select the View option and leave the other options clear.
You can apply access controls for each role that you have set up.
To assign a new role access control, click the green plus symbol.
When you are happy with your configuration, select SAVE.
- Create a new filter
- Import new or updated data into your model
- Use HTTP API methods to interact with data in your model's properties
- Export your model's data to update it
- Add workflows to your model