Part of the power of VisualSP is the ability to display the appropriate Help item in the correct context. To accomplish this, VisualSP Administrators have three configuration settings at their disposal, and which can be combined, to give you the utmost control over who can see your Help item.
A new Help item will default to the scope in which it was created. In the example above, the Help item will be seen on any Wiki Page. You can expand who can see your Help item by adding a tick mark next to additional scopes.
If you need to limit a Help item at a more granular level, you can use a URL Filter:
A URL Filter will take precedence over whatever scope is selected. You can add as many URL Filters as needed. For more complex filtering, look into URLS that match the regex filter.
SharePoint Permissions Scope
If you are using VisualSP in SharePoint, you can select one of the out-of-the-box SharePoint permission groups by clicking the dropdown next to View Permissions.
Click the View Permissions button to select custom permissions on a more granular level.
If a permission scope is not selected, then the Help item will be available to everyone.
Other browser-based applications
For applications other than SharePoint, you can only control where the help items are displayed through the use of the URL filter.