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Conditional sections: logged in vs. not logged in

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edited Jul 6, 2016 3:41PM in Knowledge Management 2 comments

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What I'm trying to do is have an answer that says one thing if you're logged in, and another if you're not. Apparently we can't use <rn:condition> tags in answers (if I'm wrong, tell me, that would be the easiest way to solve this!).

What I have done so far is have a conditional section that displays for "Everyone" that says one thing, and another conditional section tagged with a different answer access level that contains some Javascript to hide the first section, and that much works.

What I can't figure out is how to make it so *anyone* including new users gets the higher access level assigned. Is there some way to default an answer access level when a user is created through the create_account page on the CP?

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