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Set up a multilingual Concrete CMS site where each locale can be assigned to a group of editors to maintain. In this case, each editor will have access to only the sections of the website that match their assigned language.
Enable advanced permissions
Advanced permissions must be enabled for this use case. Go to Dashboard > System & Settings > Permissions & Access > Advanced Permissions and enable advanced permissions. Note: this is an irreversable choice; once enabled, the site can not be set back to the simple permissions model, so be sure you want to set up a site this way.
Set up user groups for each language
Set up permissions
Page type permissions
Boards will not be used in this example.
Conversations will not be used in this example.
The calendar is not going to be used in this example.