The Paddle CMS Platform offers the possibility to offer a user different roles. This creates a good workflow and determines who can publish. Below you can find an overview of the available roles:

Editor: The focus of an editor is to create pages and web texts for the website. He can also edit non-specifically assigned pages. The editor does not have the ability to publish a page, nor does he/she have access to the modules and settings. To publish a page, the editor assigns his texts to a chief editor, who has publishing rights.

Editor-in-chief: The editor-in-chief has the final responsibility for the content of the website. He/she is the only one who can create, edit and publish pages. The chief editor is assigned pages to read.

Webadmin: The webadmin has most user rights. Like the chief editor, he can edit and publish pages. In addition, the webadmin has access to the module settings and the CMS user management.

Own content editor: The own content editor has the same rights as an editor. The difference with an editor is that an own content editor only has the possibility to edit his own content.

Group Editor: You can add this role to CMS using roles. You can give an editor a certain role, whereby only a select group of editors can edit certain pages.

Group chief editor: This role can be added to the CMS using roles. You can give a group of chief editors this role, allowing them to see, edit and publish pages only within the group it has access to.