How to add a user

How to add a user

Open the Synigo Pulse's CMS using the tile on your portal or by following https://cms.synigopulse.com/.

  1. Click Users In the navigation pane left.
  2. Choose which kind of user you want to add a) a CMS administrator that manages organizations settings and content b) a content manager that only has access to content.
  3. Type the e-mail address of the user you want to add. Click OK, and save and publish. 
Add user to CMS
 

Determine what a CMS user can see

Select a particular user. 
You can add content nodes that he / she needs to see and edit. The same applies for media files:
Determine what a user can do




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