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Relatives seeing who has 'liked' observations


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You can now allow relatives on Tapestry to see who has ‘liked’ observations and comments, not just how many times they’ve been ‘liked’.

To enable this, a manager will need to go to the Control Panel then within the ‘User Permissions’ section, choose the ‘Relatives’ tab, then ‘Pages’ and set ‘View which users have liked a page’ to ‘permitted’.

 

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This won't allow relatives to see the names of other, unconnected relatives, or of children other than the ones they are related to (for example, on group observations). In those cases they will just see that a 'hidden user' has liked the post or comment. 

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