What is it?
The Attribute Security page enables you to control what users in a Group can view and edit about other profiles, based on their Member Type. This area also controls which attributes can be viewed in the membership directory.
How to Access
Navigate to Database > Attributes. Once there, click on Attribute Security
Configuring Attribute Security,
1. To set view and edit permissions for a Group, select the appropriate Group in the drop-down on the left-hand side of the page. In the example below, 1st Year Professional is selected:
2. The columns listed on the page represent Member Types. The rows are the Built-in and Custom Attributes in your database. In this example, 1st Year Professionals can view the Address | Primary fields for profiles in the Prospect, Admin, Association and Student member types. But they cannot see those fields when viewing a profile in the Professional member type.
To change Attribute Security for an entire column or row, use the Change All drop-downs. Attribute access can also be updated one-by-one by clicking the icon in the corresponding row and column.
NOTE: You must click "SAVE" in the upper right corner to save your changes.
Attribute Security should be configured for each Group in your database by selecting each group from the drop down list. For each group, when access to one member type matches another member type, MemberClicks will bundle those member types into the same column.