We rearranged the product structure in aha.io and now there is a need to set new user rights for all of our users. It is quite time consuming one by one.
I have added a new product to capture ideas not specific to a product named "New Product, Service or Process" but none of my paid seats are initially assigned. I had to go back into every paid seat user and select them as a contributor to this product so I can assign the idea to them.
Major pain and very time consuming.
This is a massive pain point for our team. Please implement this soon.
This is such a punishment, considering that other areas of Aha have bulk change options.
User management is a key to a secure and scaleable product, and not having this in Aha is forcing me to do busy-work that takes me away from my job as a Product Manager.
All I want to do is remove all users from a Product and Company that I am deprecating in Aha.
We are onboarding new product lines into Aha! and we have 100-200 users that will need their permissions updated. Yikes, that's a lot of admin overhead...
We have just restructured our products only to find that we needed to go through the 80+ users and grant them new permissions by hand :)
This should have been developed by now and is a major missing piece.
150 reviewers have to be edited manualy. Please enable this bulk edit option to allow setting permisssions
We are also in need of this functionality! We constantly have to make bulk edits to users, which becomes extremely painful when doing so one by one
Because of various admins and re-org changes I have to go 1 by 1 across 200-300 users. should have a simple update flag to allow the api to make the change to an existing user.
We have 606 Viewers and over 80 paid licenses. Without some bulk permission tool, I cannot scale. This is critical for us and I hope it is on the horizon.
Same, we changed domain, added a new product but didn't want it to show, and will switch to SSO all within 6 months. Each time, updates have to be done manually across all 125 reviewers. very painful.
I agree, i'm about to change access for 100 users. Big pain.
This is a big gap for a company of any size. It essentially prevents us from rolling out certain parts of the product because the admin experience is too heavy.