Managing Access groups

Access groups are essential for efficiently managing user permissions across your modules.

For instance, if you have users with varying needs, such as those who only require read access, others who can create and edit, and a third group for verification, you can create three distinct access groups. By categorizing users into these groups based on their access requirements, you streamline access management.

For example, you can establish a group named «Governing Documents – Verifiers» and assign users who need verification access to it.

Managing Access Groups

By default, each module is assigned an access group with the same name as the module itself. For instance, the «NCR» module will automatically have an associated access group named «NCR.» 

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When you add users to a group, their access privileges are determined by the configurations set within that particular access group.

In the access group overview, which displays the list of users in the group, you can scroll down to grant or view the specific access rights allocated to that group across each module. This provides a comprehensive overview of permissions within the group.

Additionally, you have the option to create an access group that grants permissions across multiple modules. For instance, you can create a «standard users» group, consolidating the access rights needed for ordinary users, simplifying management without the need for multiple access groups.

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Video Tutorial: User Access Management

To learn more about user access management, we suggest watching these video tutorials presented in both English and Norwegian.

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