Is there some way to see/pull a report showing which Roles can view each Category?
I know I can edit a given Category and scroll down to see which roles have access, but in my current situation, that's pretty clunky and prone to missing something.
The situation: I'm running an "online campus" forum for an MFA program in which each user must have a unique role (roughly 60 to 70 roles, in total). This is to give individual-user-level access to all the different classroom and 'office hours' Categories and sub-Categories (about 150 of those, out of which roughly half are archived and replacements created every semester).
So in this case (150 categories and ~75 roles), editing each category to review access is very slow, and the high chance of missing something and giving someone access to see something they really must not see is... troubling. We have legal issues of student privacy to consider.
So if there's some way I could see some kind of table that shows Categories on one axis and Roles on the other, with checks to show who has view access... that'd be pretty great.
I'm not much of a MySQL guy, but I can follow instructions fairly well, if pulling information from the database is the only way to go.