You can specify user access to Segment Folders, Profiles, Predictive Scoring, and Profiles API Tokens. Permissions can be set at Full Access, Limited Access, and None. You can also set Audience Column Visibility to set permissions for individual attribute and behavior columns within a Parent Segment (previously Master Segment).
- Log in to the TD Console.
- Navigate to Control Panel > Policies.
- Select a policy.
- Select the Permissions tab and scroll down to Audience Studio.
- Select one of the permissions options.
The following table lists the actions enabled by each permission.
Users can view all features of Audience Studio, including, profiles, segment folders, predictive scoring, and API tokens
Account owners and administrators can select a Parent Segment. From this view, the account owners and administrators can drill down to lower panes that enable the selection of specific Segment folders. Users only see Parent Segments for which they have permissions. If the Audience Column Visibility Control feature is enabled for your account, for each Parent Segment, you can also set Audience Column Visibility Types for each attribute and behavior.
Users do not see Audience Studio in the navigation; users cannot view any Audience Studio features
Segment Folder Permissions
When you specify Limited Access permissions and specify a specific master segment, you can select Full or View permissions in all or some folders within in.
All Segment Folders
Users can view, create, delete, and modify any segment folders and their content within the specified master segment; users can see profiles, predictive scoring, and API tokens, within the specified master segment
Users can view all segment folders and their contents within the specified master segment
Specific Segment Folders
Users can view and edit specific segments folders, within the specified master segment; they cannot see profiles, predictive scoring, and API tokens associated with the segments
Users can view specific segment folders, within the specified master segment.
When selecting Full Control, View will automatically be selected. Keep View selected so that the user has access to the master segment.