Whitelists

Whitelisting specific user sets simply means creating rules to ensure they're allowed into the space, and can be useful in many instances. For most organizations, whitelisting their own and related domains may be beneficial. For Events, it might be helpful to whitelist a specific Password provided to ticket holders. Admins may create Whitelist Rules for Members and for Visitors. 

 

Member Whitelist Rules

To create Member Whitelist rules for your space, go to Space Settings > Permission > Member Whitelist. Member Whitelist Rules may be created based on:

  • Email Domains
  • Email Addresses
  • SSO Connections
  • Passwords
  • Global IP Addresses

Member Whitelist Rules affect users in the following ways:

Use Case If/When Public Space Private Space with Knock Private Space Without Knock

No Whitelist

- Enter Directly Knock Required Enter Directly
Password Correct Enter Directly Enter Directly Enter Directly
Password Incorrect Cannot Enter Knock Required Cannot Enter
Email Address/Domain In Whitelist Enter Directly Enter Directly Enter Directly
Email Address/Domain Not in Whitelist Cannot Enter Knock Required Cannot Enter
IP Address In Whitelist Enter Directly Enter Directly Enter Directly
IP Address Not in Whitelist Cannot Enter Knock Required Cannot Enter

 

 

Visitor Whitelist Rules

To create Member Whitelist rules for your space, go to Space Settings > Permission > Visitor Whitelist. Visitor Whitelist Rules may be created based on:

  • Email Domains
  • Email Addresses
  • Passwords
  • IP Addresses
Use Case If/When Public Space Private Space with Knock Private Space Without Knock User is Registered Member

No Whitelist

- Enter Directly Knock Required Cannot Enter Enter Directly
Password Correct Enter Directly Enter Directly Enter Directly Enter Directly
Password Incorrect Cannot Enter Knock Required Cannot Enter Enter
Email Address/Domain In Whitelist Enter Directly Enter Directly Enter Directly Enter Directly
Email Address/Domain Not in Whitelist Cannot Enter Knock Required Cannot Enter Enter
IP Address In Whitelist Enter Directly Enter Directly Enter Directly Enter Directly
IP Address Not in Whitelist Cannot Enter Knock Required Cannot Enter Enter

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