Permissions are different depending on the place you assign them -- for example, in a
space, blog, or social group.
These permissions allow users administrative and moderation permissions to
system-wide settings. Most of the permission levels available here provide
access to the Admin Console. With the exception of
the Full Access permission level, these don't provide access to
content. You can't break out the bundled permissions in the
administrative area (as you can with space
These permissions allow users administrative or content moderation permissions
in a space. Projects contained by a space inherit the permissions of their container space.
These permissions allow users to view, create, and comment on global blogs,
such as system and personal blogs, neither of which belong, strictly
speaking, to a place. This leaves out blogs in spaces, social groups, and
projects, whose permissions are managed in different ways as described in
Managing Blog Permissions.
These permissions allow users to view and create social groups. Projects contained by a group inherit the permissions of their container group.
These permissions allow users to create and interact with content that can
appear on the community's home page and in the user container, including
announcements, polls, and videos.