Social Groups in XMLPortal, through BrightSide Contacts.

Lluis Turró Cutiller

Contact databases are easily made unmanageable. They tend to grow in an unordered manner and carry those defects inherent to non categorized huge databases. Users might be able to see the whole database or may end up creating contact duplicates. As long as contacts database is attached to web users database, privacy isn't satisfied. Anyone seeing contacts sees users, maybe even permissions, roles and the like. But how to avoid it? Giving yourself each customer, provider, collaborator and so on, its permissions? Certainly not.

Here is where Social Groups comes in help. Build upon BrightSide Contacts, Social Groups define the way a contact has to be categorized, to those has to be related and which permissions is allowed. Social Groups make a clear vision of Contacts database.

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