Understanding user types.

Honey offers you three types of users so that you can best manage your users and content while also keeping your high-level settings safe and secure. These three user types are... 

Administrators oversee the entire organization. This means that they have access to... 

  • Admin pages.
  • Group settings.
  • Analytics dashboard.
  • In-feed and on-post analytics—the eyeball counter.
  • Poll results for polls that have been set to Results are Private. 

And can also... 

  • Edit and delete all posts and comments.
  • Grant admin and moderator privileges.
  • Share announcements posts. 
  • Remove users from Honey. 

Moderators oversee a specific group. This means they have access to... 

  • The group settings for the group in which they have moderator privileges. 
  • In-feed and on-post analytics—the eyeball counter—in the group in which they have moderator privileges.

And can also... 

  • Edit and delete all posts and comments in the group in which they have moderator privileges. 
  • Grant moderator privileges in the group in which they have moderator privileges. 

Users have no special privileges on Honey. This means they cannot access... 

  • Settings menus of any type
  • Analytics of any type

They can... 

  • Edit and delete their own posts and comments. 

Granting admin privigleges. 

You can grant admin privileges to as many users as you'd like. To grant admin privileges...

  1. Click the gear icon at the bottom, lefthand of your profile. 
  2. Select Admin from the dropdown menu. 
  3. Click Members in the page header. Locate the user you would like to make an admin.
  4. Click the gear icon next to their photo and select Grant Admin Privileges. 

Granting moderator privileges.

You can grant moderator privileges to as many users as you'd like. To grant moderator privileges...

  1. Locate your group in the tile icon at the lefthand navigation of your feed or under Groups in the page header on your organization feed page. 
  2. Select the group in which you would like to grant a user moderator privileges. 
  3. Click Members in the page header.
  4. Select the member you would like to make a moderator.
  5. Click the gear icon next to their photo and select Grant Moderator Privileges from the dropdown menu. 
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