What is it?
The Attribute Security page enables you to control what users in a Group can view and edit as it relates to the profiles of other Member Types. This area dictates what appears in your Member 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.
2. The columns listed on the page represent Member Types, and the rows are the Built-in and Custom Attributes in your database. In this example, I'm configuring the settings that determine what a member of the Board of Directors Group can see and do to the Member Types listed on the right.
To change Attribute Security for an entire column, use the Toggle All drop-down for a Member Type. To change specific attributes one-by-one, click on them once to change the red 'NO' symbol to an eyeball, and a second time to change the eyeball to a green edit pencil.
Attribute Security should be configured for each Group in your database. If your database has more than 6 Member Types, you'll need to view additional Member Types attributes security by using the green arrow in the top righ-thand corner.