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Audience Specific Page Audience/Groups Vs Component Only

Charlie Escibar
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Mar 17, 2023

Using Statuspage Audience Specific Page. I currently use Audience/Groups to give access to components. 

I see you also have the ability to subscribe to component directly and I may want to take this approach instead of giving access based on Groups/Audience.

Question is what is the benefits of using Audience/Groups if you can subscribe to components directly? 

Since using groups/audience is limited based on your current package and components are not.

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Oday Rafeh
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Mar 18, 2023

Hi @Charlie Escibar , 

Both Audience/Groups and direct Component subscriptions have their unique benefits in Statuspage, and the choice between them depends on your specific use case and organization's needs. 


Better control and organization: By using Audience/Groups, you can create specific groups of users with access to a particular set of components. This allows you to manage access more efficiently.

Easier management: When you want to update access for a group of users, you can do it in one place by editing the Audience/Group, rather than individually updating each user's component subscriptions.

Granular access control: Audience/Groups provide you with the ability to restrict access to certain components or pages, ensuring that only authorized users can view or receive notifications for those components.

Direct Component Subscriptions:

Flexibility: Subscribing to components directly allows users to choose which components they want to receive notifications for, based on their specific needs and preferences.

Less administrative overhead: Direct component subscriptions do not require you to manage groups or audiences, simplifying the overall management process.

No limitations: Unlike Audience/Groups, which may be limited based on your subscription package, there is no limit to the number of components that users can subscribe to directly.




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