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PageAssignments allows to assign pages to single users or user groups. Assigned user or groups will be notified about changes of an article via email or internal notifications.

What is PageAssignments?[edit | edit source]

PageAssignments allows to assign pages to single users or user groups. Assigned user or groups will be notified about changes of an article via email or internal notifications.

How can a user or group become assigned to an article?[edit | edit source]

In the right corner, as on image below, you will find the "MORE" menu, in the "MORE" menu, you will find "Edit Assignment"

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In there you will find a list of users. You can chose wich user you will assign to this article, as on image below:

PA2.jpg

How to find articles for which you are assigned for?[edit | edit source]

Assignments for the current user can be viewed on a special page (Special:PageAssignments)

On the next images you can see where you can find on which articles you are assigned. Go to the upper right corner, click on your name, and choose "assignments".

PgeAssgnmt3.jpg

You will see all assigned articles, as on this image below.

Assig2.png

Setting permissions for assigned users[edit | edit source]

Go to "GlobalActions" and go "Preferences" (Admin rights necessary):

PgeAssgnmt4.jpg
PgeAssgnmt6.jpg

Click on "Preferences" and you should get:

Pref1.png

Look for "PageAssignments":

Pref2.png

Here is a combo box with all available settings. You can select here any number of permissions. Click on the permissions you want while holding down CTRL key.

pref3.png


Every user that is assigned to a page will get those permissions in addition to the ones they already have, meaning that these permissions set here are granted to all users that are responsible for one or more articles.

Summary[edit | edit source]

  • Articles can be assigned to single or multiple users or groups.
  • These users / groups are informed about all changes to the site.
  • On each article, it is clearly shown who is responsible for the examination of the content.
  • A special page provides an overview of all assignments.
  • Additional permissions to users may be granted.

Special page on the wiki (Special:PageAssignments) shows a list of all the articles that you are responsible for.

See also[edit | edit source]

Our reference page.

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            ==What is PageAssignments?==
            
'''PageAssignments''' allows to assign pages to single users or user groups. Assigned user or groups will be notified about changes of an article via email or internal notifications.
        

        ==How can a user or group become assigned to an article?==
        

        In the right corner, as on image below, you will find the "MORE" menu, in the "MORE" menu, you will find "Edit Assignment"
        

        ::: [[File:PA1.jpg|500x305px]]
        

        In there you will find a list of users. You can chose wich user you will assign to this article, as on image below:
        

        ::: [[File:PA2.jpg|500x306px]]
        

        ==How to find articles for which you are assigned for?==
        

        Assignments for the current user can be viewed on a special page (Special:PageAssignments)
        

        On the next images you can see where you can find on which articles you are assigned. Go to the upper right corner, click on your name, and choose "assignments".
        

        ::: [[File:PgeAssgnmt3.jpg|500x306px]]
        

        You will see all assigned articles, as on this image below.
        

        ::: [[File:Assig2.png|500x296px]]
        

        ==Setting permissions for assigned users==
        
<span style="color: #000000;">Go to "GlobalActions" and go "Preferences" (Admin rights necessary):<br /></span>
        

        ::: [[File:PgeAssgnmt4.jpg|500x302px]]
        
        ::: [[File:PgeAssgnmt6.jpg|500x233px]]
        

        Click on "Preferences" and you should get:
        

        ::: [[File:Pref1.png|500x320px]]
        

        Look for "PageAssignments":
        

        ::: [[File:Pref2.png|500x329px]]
        
<span style="color: #000000;">Here is a combo box with all available settings. You can select here any number of permissions. Click on the permissions you want while holding down CTRL key.</span>
        

        ::: [[File:pref3.png|500x329px]]
        
<br /><span style="color: #000000;"> Every user that is assigned to a page will get those permissions in addition to the ones they already have, meaning that these permissions set here are granted to all users that are responsible for one or more articles.</span>
        

        ==Summary==
        

        * Articles can be assigned to single or multiple users or groups.
        
        * These users / groups are informed about all changes to the site.
        
        * On each article, it is clearly shown who is responsible for the examination of the content.
        
        * A special page provides an overview of all assignments.
        
        * Additional permissions to users may be granted.
        
        Special page on the wiki (Special:PageAssignments) shows a list of all the articles that you are responsible for.
        

        ==See also==
        

        Our [[PageAssignments|reference page.]]
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==What is PageAssignments?==
 
  
 
'''PageAssignments''' allows to assign pages to single users or user groups. Assigned user or groups will be notified about changes of an article via email or internal notifications.
 
'''PageAssignments''' allows to assign pages to single users or user groups. Assigned user or groups will be notified about changes of an article via email or internal notifications.

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