To view the membership types and permissions assigned to each in your group, navigate to Control Panel > System Administration > Group Administration > Groups > (group name) > Edit > Permissions. Lists of available permissions and granted permissions are displayed.
Public and private groups have three group roles. (You can't add a new group membership type.) By default, each group role has tailored permissions. You can change these permissions in the group you edit. And if need be, you can revert the role's permissions to inheriting from the site.
The three types of group roles are:
Each role has default permissions as listed in the table below.
Group participant responsible for managing group membership, group applications, and and content.
No permissions in the group are denied to the owner.
Has these permissions:
Group participant entrusted to monitor all group content to ensure it meets the group standards.
Does not have these permissions:
Group participant who consumes and contributes content.
If your group is joinless, you don't need to manage group membership because the group by definition has no members and makes all content available to users based on site-wide roles, not group-level user types.
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