Since your event will have many users with varied permissions and responsibilities, you may want to make specific adjustments over who gets to view and/or edit content. For example, it may be useful for your session owners to view your speakers' email address, but you may want to hide that that information from your attendees. Hubb gives you the flexibility to configure field permissions for of your users.
Please note that field permissions can be customized for specific users, sessions, and companies (for sponsors and exhibitors). Hubb's permission icons resemble the following:
Required - the role is required to complete the field
Edit - gives the role permission to edit the field
View - gives the role permission to view only
Hidden - hides the field from the role
Field Permissions for Users
From the Admin portal, select Users > Profile Fields
From here, you can configure which fields users can view/edit by role. For each role/field, toggle the permission tab to your desired setting.
Field Permissions for Sessions
The same process of setting field permissions can be applied to sessions. This is particular useful if if you set up custom fields that only pertain to a specific group of users.
From the Admin portal, click on Sessions > Session Fields:
From here, you can configure which fields users can view/edit by role. For each role/field, toggle the permission tab to desired setting.
Field Permissions for Companies (Sponsor & Exhibitor)
As an admin, you can also set field permissions for your sponsor companies. For example, you may want a "staff names" list to be accessible to your sponsors, but not necessarily to your attendees.
First, access the Sponsor & Exhibitor portal:
Next, click on Setup > Company Fields:
Review the permission columns for each role and toggle the permission tab to your desired setting.
When you're finished, click Save.
Any questions? Feel free to email us at email@example.com.