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User:In Tag

Anything inside the user:in tag will only be rendered if the user is in the specified group.


User tags are designed for sites that have areas or features behind a login. The {{ user:in }} tag is used to check if the currently logged in user is in a specific user group.


Let's say we want show a list of downloadable PDFs if the user is in a coaches group.

{{ user:in group="coaches" }}
{{ assets in="pdf" }}
<li><a href="{{ url }}">{{ title }}</a></li>
{{ /assets }}
{{ /user:in }}

Not In

We also support the negative use case using the {{ user:not_in }} tag.

{{ user:not_in group="coaches" }}
<p>Hello, sportsball players!</p>
{{ /user:not_in }}

Super Users

While super users have permission to do everything, they are not automatically in all groups. Keep this in mind when testing your template logic.




The group or groups to filter by. You may specify multiple groups by pipe separating them: {{ user:in groups="jocks|geeks" }}.

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