User groups allow an admin to easily assign and manage users' access to apps.
If you are using the free tier, you will see the following under the User groups section:
A searchable table of user groups can be found under the Manage section of the Portal.
In this view you get a quick summary of the number of users and apps in each user group.
To add a user group, click on
Create user group.
This will pop-up a modal from which you can enter a team name, as well as select an icon and colour.
If you want to change the team name, icon or colour, this can be done through the context menu in the top right corner. The user group can also be deleted if you decide you no longer need it.
When you click
Add user you will be presented with a searchable list of all the user email addresses. For your convenience, when you select a user it will float to the top of the dropdown, which itself will remain expanded so you can easily click through and add multiple users. When done simply click and empty part of the page.
To remove users, click the entries with the blue tick to unselect them.
Alternatively, you can add a user to a group from the users' detail page, which you can access by clicking on a user within the users list of the group. Alternatively you can select
Users under the Manage section of the portal, and then click on a user from the users table.
Here you will be able to see the user groups the selected user belongs to:
To remove access to a group click the
X beside the group.
To add this user to another group, click
Add to user group. This will provide a convenient searchable dropdown for selecting and unselecting user groups.
When you click
Add app a dialog wizard will appear. First select an app to grant this group access to:
Next. Now select an App role. All users in the group will have the selected app role for the chosen app. Click
Confirm to finish.
App permissions can be removed by clicking the
X beside the app in the user group page.
If a user has access to an app, but is also a member of a user group, then the highest permission available will be given.
For example, consider this app:
Harold is a member of the Super group which has Power access to this app. However he is also an Admin user of this app. Therefore the highest role is chosen, and he will have Admin access.
On the other hand, consider the case where Harold has Basic permissions for the app.
Because Harold is a member of the Super group, he will be given Power permissions.
Some plans have a limit on the number of available user groups, for example the Pro plan offers five user groups. As you approach your limit, you should receive a warning email similar to the following:
You may need to upgrade your plan, or delete unused user groups.
Updated about 1 month ago