About Groups

Category: Organizations
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    What are Groups?

    Groups are structures used by Organizations to together individual users, and provide a scalable way to assign access (including assigning Collections) by configuring Access Controls at the Group-level instead of at the individual-level.


    Groups are currently available to Teams Organizations and Enterprise Organizations.

    When onboarding new users, add them to a Group to have them automatically inherit that Group’s Access Controls configuration.

    Users with the User Type Admin or higher can create Groups, assign users to each Group, and construct Group-Collection associations. For more information, see User Types and Access Control.

    Create a Group by navigating to your Organization, opening the Manage tab, and selecting the New Group button. For help creating a Group, see Create a Group.

    Select New Group
    Select New Group

    Groups Best Practices

    For Teams and Enterprise Organizations, using Groups alongside Collections provides a deeper level of access control and scalability to sharing resources. When you create a Group, you can gather users from common departments and assign access to Collections at the Group-level instead of the individual-level.

    A common Group-Collection methodology is to create Groups by Department and Collections by Function, for example:

    Using Groups
    Using Groups

    Other common methodologies include:

    • Collections by Vendor or System (i.e. users in an Engineering Group are assigned to a AWS Credentials Collection)
    • Groups by Locality (i.e. users are assigned to a US Employees Group or UK Employees Group)

    Next Steps

    To get started using Groups, we recommend that you:

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