Using the feature manager in WHM
This demo assumes you've already logged in to WebHost Manager (WHM).
Now let's learn about the feature manager and how you can use it to help create hosting accounts.
Click the packages link.
Then click the feature manager link.
Feature manager let's you assign a custom set of features to a specific package.
The first thing we must do is create a feature list name.
Enter a feature list name here.
Click the add button.
This is a list of all the features available in cPanel and, by default, most are selected. But we want to create a custom feature list where not all features will be available to certain accounts.
So let's go ahead and make changes in the feature list.
When finished, click save.
That's it! We've just created a custom feature list.
Click here to go back to the feature manager.
From here, we can edit the feature list we just created.
In order to use the feature list we created, it must be linked to a specific package.
Click the packages link here.
Then click edit a package.
Select the mybiz123_silver package, then click edit.
Select the feature list we created here.
Then click save changes.
That's it! Now, any time we create a hosting account and assign it the silver package, the account will only have those features available to it that we assigned when we created the testfeature feature list.
This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to use the feature manager tool in conjunction with account packages to limit the availability of features to certain accounts.
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