General Member Group settings can be configured here and includes registration form workflows, expiry and image access settings.
The node includes the following key tabs:
The Content tab stores important Member Group settings for the registration form. From this tab, you can choose whether the member group is selectable at registration and the type of registration form that appears.
It includes the following properties:
This property affects the registration process only. It selects the type of information that appears on the registration form, and includes:
If choosing the “Supplier” or “Public^” registration process above, the Referrer Message must be entered here in the following form:
Please enter the details of the [ClientName] contact who referred you to this site
As mentioned above, Suppliers are forced to go through an approval process when registering. This adds an additional level of security by forcing the Access Administrator (person who approves registrants) to either approve or reject the application.
If checked, the Member Group will be hidden from the registration form selection list. This is usually applied to key administrator member groups such as company Admins or Communications/Marketing Team members who have access to privileged info on the site. When hidden, the registrant/member needs to be manually approved or escalated to the chosen member group.
Click here for more info on Escalating Member Status.
This description will be shown as a label on the registration form. Use it to provide additional information on the member group selected. For example:
External Suppliers are external users or contractors who DO NOT have an “@brandtoolbox.com.au” email address.
Note that the Brand Toolbox “Referrer” (employee) will be contacted to verify your application.
Instructions on how to edit this screen is included in “Branding”.
Specifies that this Member Group is an elevated Admin group with the ability to approve registrations and image requests.
Ability to download Small (630px) and Medium (1200px) images.
If not selected, only a Small (630px) watermarked image is viewable and downloadable. E.g. ‘Public’ users usually only see watermarked images, so both the Low & High Res checkboxes must remain unchecked.
Ability to download Large (2400px) and Original uploaded images. Additionally, it includes the ability to crop images to pre-configured sizes (set by the Administrator) and to enter custom dimensions for export.
Note that additional information on the Photo library image size and watermark restrictions permissioning mechanism can be found on the Image restrictions and access page.
Allows members to view the “Published/Unpublished/Archived” drop-down list. When selected, members are able to view Unpublished and Archived images and assets in the frontend libraries, as well as to see the backoffice path to the file in the “Media” section.
Allows members to download Photo Consent Forms (e.g. signed Talent Release Forms) from the Photo library and to see the backoffice path to the file in the “Media” section.
The following properties allow you to configure if account registrations for this member group go through an approval process.
If yes (toggled: ON), then the registration follows the registration requires approval workflow and the “Registration Email Approval” property below requires an email address. The email address is the email of the Access Administrator who approves registrations. Note that the expiry date uses the date taken at approval, plus the value of the ‘Expiry Interval Number’ property below.
If no (toggled: OFF), then there is no approval process — the registration process requires validation of the email address only for the member account to be active. Note that the expiry date is set from the validation date.
If “Registration Requires Approval” is checked, then the approval email is sent to the following email addresses. Multiples can be selected separated by comma/space.
If blank, defaults to the value set in the “Content > Settings [node] > Email Enquiry [tab] > Admin Emails [property].
Note that further information on the registration workflows can be found on the Member login and registration process user guide page.
The expiry interval number is the default time span for the initial expiry date set when a member is approved. For example, to set the membership time span to 2 years, enter a value of “24” and select “Months” on the “Expiry Interval” property below. To turn off the expiry function, enter a large value. For example, 240 = 20yrs (assuming “Months” is selected on the “Expiry Interval” property).
This property is linked to the “Expiry Interval Number” property above. It is the expiry interval time span for initial expiry date set when a member is approved. Choose “Days” or “Months”.
The sliding expiry mechanism allows the expiry date to be pushed forward every time the member logs in. As long as the member keeps logging in within the time period set on this property, the membership time span will be continually extended.
If yes (toggled: ON), then each login updates the expiry date by the “Disable Interval Number” and “Disable Interval” values below.
If “Sliding Expiry” is on, the expiry date of a member will be delayed by the interval set here. Enter zero “0” if sliding expiry is not used.
Time interval relative to the “Disable Interval Number” property above. Choose “Days” or “Months”.
Note that any information entered into this field are backoffice Administrator notes only and do not appear in the frontend. Use the field to document member group registration and expiry settings (so other Admins are aware of any processes).
Developer notes only: “Registration Requires Approval” is tested/used at the verification step only. “Sliding Expiry” is tested every login.
Note the following when upgrading from older BTv3 instances:
If Single Sign-On (SSO) is integrated with an Employee group, then the Brand Toolbox member group must be mapped to the company/agency’s Active Directory group/identity names.
To map Member Group names to Active Directory group/identity names:
^ Note that you must map each member group to its relevant Active Directory group/identity name.
DO NOT enable (toggle on) this property. Enabling this property automatically adds new members to this member group, on registration.