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    Default Pages for Admins

    Does anyone know if there is any way to create pages that are only visible to admin users?

    TIA
    Chris

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    Hiya...

    Not entirely sure I understand what you are after - but could you either:

    1 - Use the admin comments section in the customer records
    2 - Create a User>User Group named Admin and assigna page to the admin users as a private page!

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    Hi Tim

    I am wanting to create some information pages that only our staff can see.

    There doesn't seem to be any way of assigning am admin user to a group.
    Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by R.O.T. View Post
    Hi Tim

    I am wanting to create some information pages that only our staff can see.

    There doesn't seem to be any way of assigning am admin user to a group.
    I don't do this for info pages, just product pages, but I do that by creating a private category.

    Perhaps you could try something like that but just not add any products to it? The only down side is that you have to navigate to it directly. Private categories don't appear in any navigations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R.O.T. View Post
    Hi Tim

    I am wanting to create some information pages that only our staff can see.

    There doesn't seem to be any way of assigning am admin user to a group.
    Hi Chris

    Ok, I think I understand, hopefully this will do what you need

    1 - Create your staff as a customer, or individual customer (depending if you want them to see the same stuff) on your actual website
    2 - Create a user group - eg 'Admin' in the backoffice
    3 - Assign your staff to that user group
    4 - Create a private page (or pages) for that group and assign

    Does that help?

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