In some cases, your site may contain content only meant for certain users or groups. For example, you may create a new library for a special project, and want to ensure that only people who work on that project can access the library.
Access can be granted or restricted. To restrict access, you have to break permissions inheritance, and then change the permissions for the list or library on a uniquely defined permissions page. Read below to learn more.
As an owner, you can Approve and Disapprove membership.
NOTE: As the owner of your site, YOU are responsible for identifying if an APAN user should have access to your site.
APAN BEST PRACTICE: If you have several owners in your community who are not aware of these permissions, this could cause issues for other owners to manage permissions and who has access to what. It may be simple to create a subgroup and manage permissions this way. Or, designate no more than 2 Owners as your site’s access gate-keepers.