Ability to allow Guest users to see other specific Guest users data

nomadore asked for this feature about 4 years ago — 8 comments

nomadore commented about 4 years ago

Allowing guests users to see their own data is great. Is it possible to be able to assign guests users the ability to see other guest users? Reason being is that my guest users have separate accounts for their kids as well.

For example, the user Smith.Parents can be assigned to see Smith.Son and Smith.Daughter's stats. That way they can keep an eye on their kids plex viewing habits.

| JamminR commented about 4 years ago

This! I originally stated I'd come suggest this in the Plex Forum thread for Plexpy because of this reason but @nomadore beat me to it. Though the parent I know controls and knows the password it for their kids, not having them have to sign in to each to check each would be good.

| austindkelly commented almost 4 years ago

YASS would love to have my friends who I know IRL be able to see what we are all watching in the history section. So any permission that would allow this in the future would be great, plz tak all muh bitcoiz!

mochflix commented almost 4 years ago

I'd love this as well!

Please forgive me if this question has already been answered but I'd like to know if there is a possibility of 'opening up' the guest access portal so the guest useres can view pretty much everything except the settings page and perhaps eachothers IP adresses. I have quite a few friends an family that use my Plex server and the like to see who watches what.

I like the privacy Plexpy offers opposed to plexwatch/web but I'f like the option to allow my guest users to view the server's entire history.

Thanks very much in advance for any replies!

harrisonlingren commented about 3 years ago

+1 yes please

| sven-7 commented about 3 years ago

+1 as well!

tommek83 commented almost 3 years ago

+1 as well.

| gobanana66 commented over 2 years ago

I'd really love this ability as well. Hide IP addresses but show device, user, watching history, etc.

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