The kañooh web platform has 4 different user roles, each with its own rights and features. Thanks to this system, you introduce a workflow and share your responsibilities with colleagues.

Below is a summary with a word of explanation for the different user roles:


Read-only user

The read-only user is like a guest within the kañooh CMS. He / she can only read texts and comment in the notes. The rights of the read-only user are limited. He / she can not create, edit or publish anything. This user role has been created to allow external experts to go over the content of a website before it is published.


Editor

The focus of an editor lies in the creation of pages and web texts for the website. In addition, he can also edit non-specifically assigned pages. The editor is not responsible for publishing a page, nor does he / she have access to the Paddle Store and Theme Store. To publish a page, the editor directs his texts to a major editor who has publishing rights. This role is usually used by larger edits where a validation workflow is important.


Chief editor

The editorial editor is ultimately responsible for the content of the website. He / she is the only one who can create, edit and publish pages. It is the case that the editor of the editor will be assigned pages. This role has no access to the Theme Store.


Administrator

The administrator can do anything else that is a editor in chief but still has some additional possibilities. He has access to the theme store and to use certain features he will need these rights