Floopstreet manages access to users, groups, and items through the notion of visibility: access to various items of information is approved only if the item is visible to the requesting user, depending on the the visibility level associated with the information and the relationship of the requestor to the owner of the information.
There are four visibility levels, each defining a wider window than the previous one:
For group and linked visibility, you can also specify which groups should be granted or denied visibility; for example, you can set the visibility for a post to group, but make it not visible to the "family" group. Personas make it easy to switch visibility settings.
When a request for an item is made, Floopstreet checks if the requestor has access to it through the following steps, stopping as soon as it determines whether the item is visible or not.
If the access check fails, Floopstreet returns an error.
Yes. If you can edit an item, you can change its visibility.