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Setting up Fields & Links Permissions

 Set Access Permissions for Fields

With the field-level security, you can control the access rights of Recruit fields for various profiles. This will ensure smooth security at the field-level, allowing users to access the fields that are relevant to their job profile. If needed, you can also enable or disable views or edit permissions for all the fields except the mandatory ones.

For example, "Posting Title" and "City" fields in the Potentials module may not be required for a person looking at customer support. Similarly, "Status" of the cases can be hidden for the users other than customer support persons.

To manage field-level access

  1. Click Settings > Setup > Customization > Modules  
  2. In the Modules page, hover the mouse over any of the modules and click Map Dependency Fields and do the following. 
    • Select Module from the drop-down list to filter and view the fields of the selected module only.
    • Select Fields for that particular module .
    • Click Field Permissions as the .
      All the fields available in the selected module will be listed. 

  3. Select or clear the check boxes for the fields according to your organization’s field-level access control requirements.
    • Read and Write - It is available only to the enterprise edition.
    • ReadOnly - The fields will be visible in the read only mode. 
  4. Click Save.

 Set Access Permissions for Custom Links

After the custom links are created, users who have 'Customize Zoho Recruit' permissions in their profile can set access permissions for the custom links. Based on these permissions, other users can use the custom links.


Profile Permission Required: Users with the Customize Zoho Recruit permission can access this feature.

To set access permissions for links

  1. Click Settings Setup > Customization > Modules 
  2. In the Modulespage, do the following:
    • Click any of the modules.
    • Select Links and Buttons under that particular module.
    • Create a new link in the page.
    • Label the link and provide your URL 
    •  Select the Profile(s) that can have access to the link.
    • Make the necessary changes and click Save.

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