How to use the feature manager in WHM



Using the Feature Manager in WHM

This demo assumes you've already logged in to WebHost Manager.

Now let's learn about the Feature Manager and how you can use it help create hosting accounts.

Click the Packages link.

Then click Feature Manager.

Feature manager let's you assign a custom set of features to a specific package.

The first thing we must do is Add a feature list name.

This is a list of the features available in cPanel. We can either select all the features or can configure it as per our needs.

We will select all the features.

Now, Let's go ahead and configure the feature list as per your needs.

When finished , scroll down and click Save button.

That's it! we've just created a custom feature list.

You can always edit a feature list later.

In order to use the feature list we created, it must be linked to a specific package.

Click the Packages link.

Then click Edit a Package.

Select a package, then click Edit.

Click Feature list drop down and select the feature list we created.

Then click to Save your 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 our custom features list.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to use the feature manager tool in conjuction with account packages to limit the availability of features to certain accounts.

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