Feeds allow users to stay up-to-date with process milestones and other important process-driven events.
Feeds are published with their referenced applications. In order for users to be able to view and subscribe to a feed, the feed must belong to a published application. Only users with at least Viewer permissions to the application will be able to subscribe to a feed through their user settings.
To create a feed:
Feeds are only visible in Tempo to viewers of the published application.
The security role map of a feed controls which developers can see or modify it and its properties.
If default security groups are configured for your application, the default security groups pre-populate the role map when you create a feed. If default security groups are not configured for your application, you are automatically assigned Administrator permissions for any feed you create. System administrators can always access a feed, regardless of object-level permissions.
See Editing Object Security to modify a feed's security.
The following table outlines the actions that can be completed for each permission level in a feed's security role map:
|Edit the site definition||Yes||Yes|
|View the security||Yes||Yes|
|Delete the feed||Yes||No|
|Update the security||Yes||No|
To edit a feed, click on the name.
To delete a feed, select the appropriate feed and click the Delete button in the application view toolbar. Deleting a feed does not delete its entries in the News feed and does not prevent users from subscribing or unsubscribing from its entries.
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