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List Owner view of invited publishers and ability to revoke access

A number of List Owners have multiple publishers they've invited to help with the management of their list. At this time they are unable to see who has and has not accepted their invites. Visibility on who has access rights to a list would be incredibly useful, particularly if this could also include the ability to revoke access to a list when for example that employee has moved on or is no longer associated with the course.

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    Stephanie (Charlie) Farley shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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      • Julia Bloxham commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Dear Stephanie, I agree this would be useful. As well as this, it would be nice to have the ability to delete profiles if a member of staff was no longer in our employment or be able to revoke their permissions to edit a list if they are no longer in charge of that course / module for that particular semester or year.
        We often have changes of course leader for a module and while we add a new list owner and publishing rights to the new course leader, we cannot presently take away their rights without revoking all their editing rights across the tenancy. So being able to select particular course in particular semesters without revoking all their list publisher permissions would be extremely beneficial to us.

      • Maria O'Hara commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Just to follow up on this - we had a group of academics ask us how to set more than one list owner and control which colleagues had access to publish the list. They were disappointed by the lack of functionality and frustrated by their inability to revoke access.

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