Multiple exclusive ‘teams’ or ‘groups’ or ‘channels’
Been using Mattermost for a while now, mainly for my wife and I on our own CentOS server, so we can private message each other - great mobile app keeps me on-task with the shopping lists
I have also installed it on a server for a group of colleagues but can’t seem to see if I am on the right/wrong track from the docs so starting this new question - sorry if this is the …th time you have seen this question.
We have about 7-8 team member currently (I added them via command line to the main ‘team’ - not sure if there is actually a GUI instead of command line option - can’t see that anywhere). All good, I live in #!/bin/bash
I now have a need to add a who new team/group/category of members and have them locked into just their own team. I ‘think’ I can restrict each use to not be able to ‘see’ the other teams but without more testing I can’t tell.
It would be great if the existing original team could get to the new ‘private’ team for interaction, but not the other way around.
So can you have autonomous ‘teams’, ‘groups’ or ‘channels’, or should I opt for a different forum software for these other team members? Be wonderful if I could nut this out and stay with my beloved Mattermost.
Sorry if the answer is in plain sight, been reading and reading but the whole team/group/channel banter is leaving me in a muddle.
Thanks all, great product and will keep using it for as long as I live on Linux (so like, forever).