How to define access on assets?
In Kiflo an asset can be shared with everyone, to your team, or a specific partner, partner level, or group.
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How to define access?
Under Manage > Assets, you can either edit a current asset or add a new asset to define "Who has access"; the main reason to define "who has access" is to give the user the ability to share assets with the relevant party. For example, a reseller program will have more sales-orientated assets whereas an affiliate will have more marketing-orientated assets. "Who has access" allows you to differentiate assets.
The screenshot below shows you wherein the user interface you can define who has access:
Access type: My team
The first type of "Who has access" is called "My team". If you want to share internal assets with your coworkers you can do so by defining the access as "My team". Partners won't have access to those assets at all.
Access type: Some partners
The second type of "Who has access" is called "Some partners". Below are the types under "Some partners":
Select one or multiple programs
- You can define access to a specific partner program level. An example of this is everyone in your Referral Program Gold Level/Tier will have access to these asset/s.
Select one or multiple groups
- You can define access to a specific group. Groups are defined under Manage > Groups. An example of this is everyone in the group Asia gets access to these asset/s.
Select one or multiple partners
- You can define access to a specific partner. An example of this is your partner "Amazon" gets exclusive access to these asset/s.
Access type: Everyone
The third type of "Who has access" is called "Everyone". If you want to share assets with all users (coworkers & all partners) you can do so by defining the access as "Everyone".