Community Owners - User Guide 7.0
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Community owners have the roles and permissions to manage content and membership within their community. The guidance in this section help owners use the tools and features available to help make their community and effective collaboration resource.
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Community owners can add and remove VLab users to/from their communites. This section describes how to accomplish these membership managmenet tasks.
Community owners can use roles and permission to control access to community content and functionality.
Community owners can create, delete, and configure a number of types of pages. The owner can then add portlets to the pages so as to provide the community member with content and functionality.
The VLab offers a number of portlets that most community owners will find beneficial. This section describes these portlets and their configuration.
Web content is key to disseminating information within many communities and is created by the owners for display throughout their site.
VLab users can view and interact with Google documents and YouTube videos directly from VLab community pages. This section describes how this integration is accomplished.
Community owners and administrators can change the appearance and functionality visible to users. This section introduces site managers to the techniques they can use to alter the community's look...