Context: the main user is also the admin; since we set up the whole workspace, they are not used to Fibery’s features. We create views to embed in documents, but hide those views so that the left menu as clean and short as possible.
This will also be really helpful if we build our whole Wiki in Fibery. As a creator it feels safe if you can lock a document so you can’t mess it up by accident.
Off course user should be able to change the settings. Don’t know if it’s technically possible what I’m asking. But it would be awesome that they can’t change the information on a document (text + embedded view) but can change the data in that view.
Yes, that would really helpful since I don’t want our users to be admin That will prevent a shitload of problems.
Although for this specific use case I’m in doubt.
If you are a ‘creator’ → you need to be able to create documents and change them.
As a creator it’s still a very useful feature to lock documents so that you can’t fuck them up by accident.
So without that option, it’s still not very clear for me how a creator can create documents in a space, but can’t change documents that ideally don’t need to be changed (for example: the documents that we’ve made in that space (that act as a “folder / wiki / read me” page).
Or will it be possible with the new permission model that you will have permissions per document? That would be really helpful.
But even then it’s really nice for a creator to lock a document when you’re done
Well, I suspect that we will never implement a solution that makes a document (or an entity) permanently read-only for all users, so I would imagine any solution would always allow for someone with the appropriate privilege level to be able to re-open a locked document.
But I guess there is a valid use case for making inadvertent changes less likely.
Side note: if you wanted to create a database of entities that are 100% read-only, this is technically possible by making a custom integration which syncs external data into Fibery, whereby the data is read-only from the point of view of the Fibery workspace.