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What permission is granted to Customers when invited to Chatter Group?

Universal Containers would like to collaborate with its customers within Salesforce and has decided to enable the “Allow Customer Invitations” Chatter setting.
1. The ability to invite members to groups of which they are a member.
2. The ability to @mention accounts of which they are a contact.
3. The ability to request access to public groups.
4. The ability to interact with members of their groups.

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John Smith

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Answered Apr 21, 2017

The ability to invite members to groups of which they are a member.

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Neelesh G

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Answered Jul 19, 2020

A. The ability to invite members to groups of which they are a member.

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Carice Snow

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Answered May 22, 2019

Option D is the correct answer. Since UC has decided to enable the “Allow Customer Invitations” chatter settings, it means the UC has granted the customers the ability to interact with members of their groups; the main aim of this is that UC only wants to collaborate with the customers so that he can communicate with his group members. The permission doesn’t give them the ability to invite members to groups of which they are members, neither does it provide them with the ability to request access to public groups as it can adversely affect the security of the organization and group. The ability to mention accounts of which they are contacts is not essential.

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John Adney

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Answered May 27, 2017

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The ability to interact with members of their groups.
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