I’m working on a website for a client. The client has a team of 5 people responsible for the website. They all want to be Administrators, so that they can manage other, different, Users of the site.
If the Surreal CMS is under my account (I manage several different websites under my account) is this possible, without allowing the Administrator to manage all the sites and users within my account?
I’m assuming this is not possible. So presumably I should set the client up with their own Surreal account, just for their website, and then more than one person can be the Administrator of their site. And they can manage billing themselves.
As well as the Administrators there will be several Users of the site. These Users should only have Permission to manage certain sections of the site. For example, one User might be responsible for the blog. Administrators can manage which existing pages Users can manage. But is there a way to allow a User to manage a whole section (like a blog) which will have new pages created. i.e. when creating a new page can a User be allowed to manage a certain page template? … Without an Administrator having to continually give permission for a User to manage a new page.