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I am using WordPress to create my site. In this site you can create a post for someone who is your friend in site. I want that the post which I had created should be manageable to me as well as to a friend for whom I had created that post. Will anyone suggest me how to give permission to my friend to manage it as well? Thanks in advance, any suggestion will be appreciable.

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You can define your friend's role in user section,in your friend's profile.

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