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User groups are a great way to control user permissions and access within Periscope. Only admins can set up user groups, change user group permissions, and add and remove users from user groups.
Each account has two built-in user groups: Administrators and All Users. The first user added to the account will be an administrator, and this user will be automatically added to Administrators and All Users groups. Subsequent users are added to All Users only.
By default, both the Administrators and All Users groups have write access, allowing newly added users to easily create dashboards, views, and contribute to data analyses.
From the Dashboard, click the gear icon to access account settings:
Select "Groups" from the dropdown in the Permissions tab to access all groups:
Click "Add Group" to create a new user group. This provides an area to enter the group name and determines if the group has edit privileges.
Hovering over a group name causes a gear to appear on the right-side of the row. Clicking on the gear icon will show an image similar to the one below:
"Edit" will update the group name, while "Remove" will remove the group entirely. The Admin and All Users groups are unable to be edited or deleted.
Clicking on a group opens a new panel on the right-side of the screen. This panel is broken up into two sections: one for the users in the group and one for the dashboard privileges for the group.
The pencil icon in the top-right corner of the "Users" section allows admins to quickly search for, add, or remove users to the selected group.
The same behavior can be performed from the "Users" dropdown of the Permissions tab.