First of all your NGINX config is incorrect. You want to access the forum under /community, but are using /forum in it.
This is a simplified version of my NGINX config:
And here my config.json:
In our NodeBB set up there are two types of groups:
So when I add a private category for a group, I can only manage the first type of group but not the latter that interests me the most.
For example, I wish I could have a private category for Ambassadors. As we have a group of over 100 volunteers and I'll have to add them manually already once to the second type of group, I wish I didn't have to repeat that process to add them to the private category.
Is there a way to avoid that process?
Also why are the two groups name similarly when they are two different things?
There are system groups and user groups, but both can be added to the category privileges list. In the category privleges page, there should be a button called
Add Group, is this button not there?
If I wanted a private category for my user group
Ponies, the page would look like this.
Everyone in the group
Ponies will be able to access the category, but no one else.
Except administrators, they always have access to everything, no matter what.
@yariplus Thanks this is super helpful. What are the system group meant for?
system groups are automatically assigned, or have special privileges that can't be achieved with "normal" groups
the first two can't be given manually
guest - as the name says, everyone who is not logged in
registered-users - everyone who is logged in
administrators - has access to the admin control panel
and this one is pretty new
Global Moderators - has moderate access for all categories without having to set it for each category
@phit thanks a lot!