Let’s say you have a blog site rolled out. And all company users are granted access through the visitors group. You have assigned read permissions to this group, to make sure everybody can read the blog posts. So far so good, all users can read your blog!
There is a good chance that you set up your blog like this to prevent all users from creating new blog posts, as you want to limit this right to a certain amount of people. That can make perfect sense, only are you hereby preventing all users to comment on your blog posts too. While it can be a good idea to limit the amount of blog posters, you might want to give all people a chance to comment on those posts nonetheless. In this post I’ll show you how to do this.