Opigno is used to create e-learning platforms of all sizes. The Opigno core is lean and mean, providing flexible building blocks and APIs to create a custom e-learning system. It uses Drupal 7 and contributed projects like OG, Quiz, Rules and Views.
As opposed to many e-learning systems out there, Opigno was developed with a framework mindset, allowing organisations to build their own solutions quickly and simply. It makes no hard-coded assumptions about your organisation, privileging Drupal developers and site builders.
module is for use cases when certain role have access to administrating users and should see the options in "UPDATE OPTIONS" to add or remove selected users to or from selected group. This module provides this feature to easily and fast add/remove user to/from group without the hassle.
-- REQUIREMENTS --
7.x-1.x requires Organic groups 1.x
7.x-2.x requires Organic groups 2.x
Control access to OG content by OG role. Uses OG Role Reference Field (og_role_field) to choose the allowed roles for each node, so you can have select lists, checkboxes, radio buttons, etc. Leave the field blank to disable the feature, allowing other node access modules (like OG Content Visibility, og_access) to do their work.
Works well with og_access.
Currently alpha status. Project title can be rewritten to something more readable after promotion to full project.
In case Domain Access module is used together with Organic Groups they might interfere with each other's node access rules. This module combines node access settings of the Domain Access and Organic Groups modules into a new realm.
Drupal's node access control works in a way that if any module grants access to a node for a specific user account then even if another module would block the access the user will still be able to access the node.