Understanding Guide roles and privileges

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  • Christopher Vickery
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    Hmm. So it sounds like there is not a way to say Segment A sees topic A, B, C but not topic D while still having topic D be available to all other users (including non-signed-in users.)

    One way around it would be to hide a div containing a specific category based on user segment. I think that means having category templates where the sections and articles are hard-coded instead of automagically appearing.

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  • Nicole - Community Manager
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    That's correct. User Segments are inclusive but not exclusive.

    Theoretically, you could limit topic D to a user segment that includes everyone except Segment A, but then it wouldn't be visible to users who aren't logged in, not to mention the maintenance issue of having to add users to the segment constantly.

    If you need it to be visible to users who aren't logged in, then it has to be visible to all - there's no way to create a segment that includes un-authenticated users. User segments are based on organizations or user tags, so they can only be made up of known users.

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  • Nina Whelan
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    Can you limit users to just the Guide and not give them the ability to submit tickets?

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  • Maggie Ungerboeck
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    Hi Nina,

    We do this - we hide the Submit a Ticket link in the page code.

    Thanks,
    Maggie

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  • Brett - Community Manager
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    @Nina for more information on how to do this, take a look at this article :) How can I create an email only Help Desk with Help Center?

    Hope this helps!

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