Use this to manage user permissions or visibility rules
A popup that includes a custom input dropdown UI to copy link to clipboard, a user search input, and a list of users, each with a permissions dropdown and toggle.
This responsive popup consists of three main groups
This custom input dropdown includes UI for displaying a link, allowing the user to manage its visibility rule, and an icon button to copy the url input to your browser's clipboard.
Group Main invite user
This group contains the input that searches users by name or email. We use a Fuzzy Search & Autocomplete plugin here for the search. For the fuzzy search to work, the Search&Autocorrect fuzzy search element should always be visible on page load and Input Invite user should have an ID input_users_invite attribute. When Input invite user is not empty, RepeatingGroup User list will be filtered if the fuzzy search returns a match, otherwise Group Inner empty state will be shown. The user can click on Group Clear input to clear he value in Input invite user.
Group Main users list
This group contains a RepeatingGroup User list for displaying users that have permissions. Each entry includes an image, a name, a hidden email, a menufocus_permissions_template, and a toggle.
In menufocus_permissions_template, it use a RepeatingGroup Dropdown to display a list of menu options. For demo purpose, we use Arbitrary Text as a data source. Click here to learn how to change the data source.
How to set up
Update the Permissions Popup's content type. For example, you might want to set the popup's content to a 'Project' data type. You'll need to trigger the popup from a button on the page and display a 'project' value in the popup.
Go to dropdown_copytoclipboard_template reusable element and update any copy. Add workflows to when a dropdown option is clicked (e.g. setting the 'project's' link visibility to private when the private option is clicked). Change Input URL's value to a dynamic value.
Update RepeatingGroup User's data source if needed.
Add a workflow to CanvasToggle share access. For example, you might want to add a workflow like 'when CanvasToggle share access is changed, update parent group's user's access permission to yes'.
Go to menufocus_permissions_template and update RepeatingGroup Dropdown's data source. For example, you might want to use an option set here. Add an additional workflow to when Group Option 1 is clicked, update menufocus_permissions_template user's permission (you need to add this fields to whichever data type you are using).