How Jive places use permissions

In Jive there are three kinds of places: spaces, projects, and groups. Each one deals with permissions differently.

Space permissions
Space permissions are managed by assigning permissions to either user groups or individuals. A user can view and edit a space when they belong to a user group that has this permission, or they are assigned this permission through a user override.
Social group permissions
Group permissions are managed by user levels. When a user creates a group they become a group owner. Group owners, full access admins, and system admins can edit groups.
Project permissions
Projects contained by a space inherit the permissions of that space. Projects contained by a social group inherits the permissions of that social group.