How each user is given permission to edit his

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Adem GENÇ
2011-07-19
2013-05-30
  • Adem GENÇ

    Adem GENÇ - 2011-07-19

    Hello,

    How each user is given permission to edit his own family?

    Regards

     
  • Stephen Arnold

    Stephen Arnold - 2011-07-20

    @Adem
    Sorry, but I don't understand your question. Can you explain? Is this not similar to a question you posted on webtrees?

    Unless you have each user (or family set of users) exclusively with their own GEDCOM, you can not restrict users from editing outside their family (except living persons, using relationship privacy).

    Of course, all edits would need admin approval unless you set the user account differently and if a user starts editing things that you feel they should not, you can warn them against abuse of privileges and terminate their access.
    -Stephen

     
  • Adem GENÇ

    Adem GENÇ - 2011-07-20

    Is this not similar to a question you posted on webtrees?

    No no

    family set of users

    This is a good idea
    User account page:
    This family account: Yes/No

    This account is for father
    GEDCOM INDI record ID: (Father ID)
    His own family
    Edit/Update/Delete Own, Father, Mother, Spouse, Children
    Allow Quick Update

    AND
    Of course, all edits would need admin approval

    In my opinion, this feature is perfect

     
  • Stephen Arnold

    Stephen Arnold - 2011-07-20

    No such feature, nor could it be easily programmed. My suggestion was a separate tree for each 'family', allowing members to only access and edit that tree.  You could put it on a wish list, but I think it such low priority that, even if a new developer joins the project, there are so many other needs that no one would never get to it.
    -Stephen

     
  • Adem GENÇ

    Adem GENÇ - 2011-07-20

    I think that is a necessary feature

    Added Feature Requests

     
  • Antanas

    Antanas - 2011-08-03

    I also agree with adem_genc. From my point of view feature is appreciated.

     

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