Use the System Administration permission levels to give users different kinds of
control over administrative features in the application. Here are the System Administration
permission levels you can assign, and what they will enable users to do.
Note: You can only use the following standard permission levels for System
This permission level allows control over every facet of the system. This level should only be assigned
to users who are cleared to administer the system from a technical standpoint. It also
gives access to view and administer all content in the system. Full Access
supersedes all other permissions at the space level and beyond. In other words, with
Full Access, a person can do anything in the application whether or not they're
explicitly granted permission to do it.
This permission level allows control over all technical aspects of
the Admin Console. However, it does not automatically grant access to all community
content. If your system has content in spaces that should be kept confidential, grant
this permission to technical administrators.
This permission level allows similar access as Manage System, plus the ability to create
and manage spaces, space permissions, and system announcements. Users with this permission
level can also view all space content, regardless of permissions, but they cannot view
private groups and messages, nor personal container content.
This permission level allows the user(s) to moderate social group content as well as perform global
moderation duties across all spaces. This level does not enable Admin Console access. When this
level is granted to a user group, all moderated content will pass through their queue
before it appears in the community. For more about moderation, be sure to read the