User groups are used to segregate users within an account, sub-account, or the root account for the purposes of:
Most importantly, a user group represents a collection of users that share a specific task. Typically a task is assigned to a user group.
The following properties can be viewed at user group level:
|Scope||account, user||The scoping of this object|
|Visibility||Whether the object supports visibility|
|Extended Config.||Whether the object has an extended configuration tab|
|Scripting||Whether the object can be configured using scripting|
|Enable / Disable||Whether the object can be enabled and disabled|
|Start / Stop||Whether the object can be started and stopped|
|Copy||Whether the object can be copied|
|Export / Import||Whether the object can be exported and imported|
|Delete||Whether the object can be deleted|
|Unique Name||Whether the object name must be unique within its scope|
|Variants||Whether the object supports variants|
On the toolbar, click New and select Group from the drop down menu.
In the Create a new Group… screen, enter the details for your new group.
If you want to make the group private, check the Private checkbox.
Once you are happy with your settings, click Save.
In the Group Details screen, click the Members sub-tab.
In the Members sub-tab, click the Edit Members option.
To add a member, select a user from the Non-Members box, and click the Arrows icon.
The user will then be added to the Members box.
When you have finished adding members to the group, click Save to finalise.
Now, when you click on the Members sub-tab, you will see all the members you have added to the group.
To enable a group, navigate to the Group Details screen, and click the Enable option.