I have three text sections where the first is available to all, the second is available to a group, and the third is available to a subgroup.
The back-end user needs to be able to edit each, and understands that each section represents something different. A front-end user, however, will see each of the three as one continuous text block, and should not know that there are three sections, and should think there is only one.
How should the back-end user be able to edit (or add to if initially empty) the three text sections? Should the three sections take up screen space on the back-end if they are initially empty? How should the back-end user know that the first is for all, second for group, and third for sub-group?