FogBugz wikis are an easy way to maintain documents within an organization or a project team collaboratively. You can open them up to a broader audience with an easy-setup for non-FogBugz users.
This is particularly useful to keep end-user-documentation publicly-accessible and setup status pages for reporting to your clients.
Setting Default Permissions
Wikis have separate permissions settings for:
- Internal FogBugz users.
- Registered community users.
- Anonymous (not logged-in) users.
To set these permissions, go to Wiki > Manage Wikis > Configure where you can do the following:
- Set a wiki to be readable and writable by any logged-in FogBugz user.
- Choose whether community users who have confirmed their email addresses have read-only, write or no access.
- Set the permission level for anonymous users.
Setting Group Permissions
For more exceptional control over which FogBugz and community users have access, select a user group from the drop-down menu in the configuration, and use default groups or set up as many groups as you like with a configured permission level. You may also add more community users to a group.
Since community users require email verification, individual clients can be given separate access to project status pages without letting them see other projects or having to open your pages up for access by anyone.