Reported for: Toolset Access 2.2.2
Yoast SEO plugin can override the rules you set for your custom user roles using Toolset Access.
The following steps represent an example when this happens:
1. You create a custom user role and copy the rights for it, from the Guests role.
2. In Access, you give the Post edit rights to your custom user role.
3. If the Yoast SEO plugin is active, users belonging to your custom role will still not be able to see the Posts and Tools links in the main WordPress menu.
Please note that this conflict is coming from the Yoast SEO plugin and not Access. However, it is not a bug in itself, but simply the way Yoast SEO handles the edit_posts capability.
There is a simple solution to this issue:
1. Go to Toolset -> Access Control and click the Custom Roles tab.
2. Click the Change permissions link for your custom user role.
3. In the dialog box that opens, click Custom capabilities.
4. Put edit_posts as both the Capability name and Capability description