Using Visibility Conditions

What are Visibility Conditions Used for? 

Visibility Conditions are used when you would like to tailor specific pages to specific people. An example of this would be that you don't want a Child Sponsor in their Dashboard to see a page made for Missionaries. You can see visibility restrictions when editing the page publishing settings, all the way at the bottom. You can also restrict access to certain pages using these visibility conditions, so if there is someone that should be seeing something but isn't due to these restrictions, then this can be remedied by adding the user needing to see the pages to the appropriate user group.

Visibility Conditions

SiteStacker's List of Visibility Conditions & Values

All Visibility Conditions

Motion - The page(s) will be visible only to people who have or have not interacted with Motion.

Visiblility - Motion
Record Type - The page(s) will be visible only to people who have specific Record Types.

Visibility - RT
Motion - The page(s) will be visible only to people who have the specified Empty Entity Field.

Visibility - Empty Entity Field
Task Complete - The page(s) will be visible only to people who have completed a specific task.

Visibility - Task Complete
Has Content Item - 
The page(s) will be visible only if there is the specified Content Item (see screenshot)

Has Content Item
Logged In - The page(s) will be visible only to people who are logged in, or not.

Visibility - Logged In
Member of Group - The page(s) is visible only if they are in a specific User Group.

Visibility - Member of Group
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