In this post we will discuss about SharePoint 2013 default permission levels.
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There are different permissions levels like below:
- Read: The user can only view site content.
- Contribute: The user can view, add, update, and delete site content.
- Edit: The user can add, edit, and delete lists, and can view, add, update, and delete list items and documents.
- Design: The user can view, add, update, delete, approve, and customize site content.
- Moderate: The user can view, add, update, delete, and moderate list items and documents.
- Approve: The user can edit and approve pages, list items, and documents.
- Manage Hierarchy: The user can create sites and edit pages, list items, and documents.
- Restricted Read: The user can view pages and documents, but not historical versions or user permissions.
- Full Control: The user has full control over site content.
- Limited Access: The user has no permissions to the site in its entirety, but only to specific lists, document libraries, folders, list items, or documents when given explicit permission.
- View Only: The user can view pages, list items, and documents. Document types with server-side file handlers can be viewed in the browser but not downloaded.