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 ====== Managing file/folder managers ====== ​ ====== Managing file/folder managers ====== ​
  
-Start off by placing your pointer on the file/folder you would like to manage, right click and select ​→ "Manage Access" ​:+Start off by placing your pointer on the file/folder you would like to manage, right click and select ​''​Manage Access'' ​:
  
 {{ ctx_menu_manage_access.png?​500 }} {{ ctx_menu_manage_access.png?​500 }}
  
-A managing screen will then open showing you to current ​status:+A managing screen will then open showing you to current ​state:
  
- {{ manage_access_managers.png }}+{{ manage_access_managers.png }}
  
-  * Olivier ​will be the folder'​s ​manager as he is the manager ​of the root of the drive itself. ​His function ​cannot be revoked ​but defining ​explicitly a new manager for the folder will remove ​Olivier as the folder manager+  * The users Olivier ​and Sylvain are the folder'​s ​managers because they are managers ​of the root of the drive itself ​(''​because of Tests directory rules''​)They cannot be deleted directly ​but explicitly ​defining ​a new manager for the folder will remove ​them from the managers list (see below)
-  * The new users becoming manager ​of the folder ​has now the possibility to operate managing access changes ​("Define a manager").+  * The logged in user is one of the owner and can thus change them managers of this folder (''​Define a manager''​).
    
 <callout type="​warning"​ title="​Important"​ icon="​true">​ <callout type="​warning"​ title="​Important"​ icon="​true">​
-Be aware, defining ​explicitly ​a new manager ​will put an end to the folder ​hierarchy coming ​from aboveIn this example, defining a new user as manager ​will remove Olivier as a manager for this file as explained in the "Tests directory rules").  +Without any explicitly ​defined ​manager, a file/folder ​inherits ​from its parent folder'​s managersAs for the concept of ownershipexplicitly ​defining a manager ​stops the inheritance (the default managers are then deleted).
 </​callout>​ </​callout>​
  
-By clicking on "Define a manager", the following input box will open. Start to type the user's name you are searching for and auto-completion will find the correspondent results ​(press Enter to validate).+By clicking on ''​Define a manager''​, the following input box will open. Start to type the user's name you are searching for and auto-completion will propose ​the corresponding users (press Enter to validate).
  
 {{ add_manager_autocomplete.png }} {{ add_manager_autocomplete.png }}
  
-The manager list will be updated (note that Olivier ​will no longer ​be a managercf remark below).+The manager list will be updated (note that Olivier ​and Sylvain are no longer ​managers of this foldersee above).
  
 {{ save_managers.png }} {{ save_managers.png }}