Hi,we have a global site with a lot of different (language) websites - and connected editors per site, so when using "Audiences", formerly known as "Visitor Groups", it would be ideal for us to have our "Audiences" seperated per language website, e.g. so "AudienceDK" is only visible in www.contoso.dk/episerver/cms and "AudienceSE" is only visible in www.contoso.se/episerver/cms. Is that somehow possible?If not, what is the best alternative to split audiences visibility between sites?Thanks in advance and best regards,Søren
I am not an expert but you might use this ?
Thanks for the input, and yes that rule will only apply to the English language pages, but that "Audience" created on contoso.co.uk/episerver/cms will still be visible to e.g. German editors logging into contoso.de/episerver/cmsIdeally we would like to avoid German editors to avoid seeing the Audiences of the English editors.
So it seems you want to have an access right settings for Audience also?
That could be one solution. An optimal solution would be specifying what websites each Audience can be used in, so they aren't confusing and visible to use elsewhere.
good idea. I created a suggestion to our CMS team. it will be a long way to be materialized, but we'll see
Not exactly what you're looking for, but here is an example of making Audiences (Visitor Groups) site-specific:
Could be a starting point to extend it further?