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    upcomingmedia
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    When I login to my WP website as a subscriber level account and go to the back-end of WordPress, there is a section for Project Manager but it's blank.. is something supposed to display for subscriber level accounts here?

    If I add a subscriber onto a project (say, if they're a client) will something then appear in this area as it does for the admin?

    If not, why even show it?

    Could activating WP-Project-Manager-FrontEnd disable the back-end view for non-admin level accounts? Or at the very least, have the option to set the back-end menu link to a custom URL for non-admin accounts?

    I feel like having that back-end option defeats the front-end plugins' purpose?

    #3158

    Tareq Hasan
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    If any subscriber were added into a project, it would show there. However, there should be a “No Projects Found” message there I guess.

    If you don't want to show the backend “Project Manager” menu, I would suggest to use “adminimize” and hide the menu for specific roles.

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    upcomingmedia
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    @tareq,

    Ah thank you! Good idea with the adminimize plugin, I forgot about that one!

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