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Give certain users access to certain pages on the back-end (3 posts)

  1. eraleks
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hi everyone!

    I've made a blog network for amateur theatres. Each theatre has each own blog and admin. All users on the network are subcribers to the main blog.

    Through the main-blog I've created a ticket ordering system for all their shows with Form Manager. With form manager I can download all the submissions in a .csv file to my computer and open it in f.ex. excel.

    What I want is: To give a specific user access to a specific page (the one where they can download the submissions) in the main blogs dashboard. How can I achieve this? I don't want them to access any other information in the dashboard, and only to specific users.
    I know I can send them a copy of every submission on email, but the "service" would be much more proffesional if the could log in and download their own submissions to a handy document.

    Is there a way to give a user access to only a specific url in the back-end? All types of solutions are more than welcome!

  2. What about a members-only download area? Isn't that more what you're looking for?

  3. eraleks
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Not really. In a members-only download area I can upload files and choose who can download it.
    My problem is that it is the plug-in, form manager, that creates the file out of the list of submissions. So I don't actually have the file, I need specific users to be able to go and click the download button themself. That's the only way they can get and up-to-date list at all times.. Difficult situation :P

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