Feature Request - Data Exploration 2.0 Roles & Permissions

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    Alexandra Dunne

    Hi Kelly Plekker and Connor Chadsey,

    I had a chance to speak with the Data team about this today and they explained to me that this is a limitation within Looker, however this feature is available under Shared Reports. The Group Section is intended for reports that a small number of people will work collaboratively on and you either have full permission to view and edit that group or you don't. However, Shared Reports can be accessed by multiple people within an organization and there you can configure who should have edit access or read only access. You can read more about it in the FAQ section.

    Hope that clears things up!

    Alex 

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    Kelly Plekker

    I agree completely.  Many of our users will only be viewing reports and as an organisation will need to control which users have the ability to modify company built Looks and Dashboards.

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    Alexandra Dunne

    Hi Connor Chadsey,

    Apologies for only acknowledging your post now - we've had trouble with Zendesk's commenting function for the past week but it's back up and running now thankfully. I will be sure to pass this feedback along to the team for consideration.

    Alex

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    Connor Chadsey

    Hi Alexandra,

    Thanks for getting back to me on this. Perhaps you can help me clear things up, but even as a system administrator, I don't have the ability to save content in the 'Shared' folder - I receive an error, 'You do not have access to save in 'Shared'. I can modify Looks that were migrated from DE 1.0, but I don't have the ability to save or create Dashboards to the 'Shared' folder. This severely limits the ways in which we can display data to branch level users and isn't taking full advantage of Looker/DE 2.0

    Additionally, there is an ACL under the DE 2.0 folder in roles and permissions to 'Edit' in Shared Section, but this doesn't appear to be functioning. As a system administrator, I should have access to all ACLs and features, but I am unable to do this. Is this ACL not functioning properly or is it mislabeled?

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    Alexandra Dunne

    Hi Connor Chadsey,

    Regarding your first point about your access as a system administrator - this sounds like a bug so I have opened a ticket so the team can investigate.

    Regarding the second point - the team is actually planning to dedicate a large part of the next sprint to ACLs. Can you please send me some screenshots of the issues you're encountering and I'll make sure to pass it along to them for reference?

    Thank you!

    Alex 

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