Make admin access multi-level by organization/product line

We have multiple organizations/Business Units/Groups with their own product line in the hierarchy.  We would like to be able to make them admin of just that area so that they can make the customizations they need without negatively impacting products they do not have/need access to.

  • Marina Reyna
  • May 31 2018
  • Future consideration
Release time frame 1 month
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  • Caal, Guillermo (GE Digital) commented
    February 07, 2019 14:25

    This is a must for big companies. This is now really critical to us, especially the Admin customization is very important. Why would members of a totally different Business Unit, would have capability to change customizations from other totally unrelated Business Units? Hopefully you can address this soon.

  • Laura Giles commented
    February 28, 2019 21:39

    blocking global adoption and instance consolidation

  • Riccardo Casiraghi commented
    March 01, 2019 00:02

    In large structured organizations this is a major blocking factor to use a single domain company wide  and will generate proliferation of multiple domain not communication each others.

  • Stephanie Redl commented
    April 15, 2019 08:46

    Super important for bigger organizations! 

    Product Owners have very different levels of understanding of the Aha! application, i.e. they do not necessarily know how changes they make affect other products. Also, in terms of standardizing e.g. Ideas Portal configuration, Integrations or use of Custom Fields and Workflows, it would be helpful to limit the customization that each PM can do.

  • Ankar Sawir commented
    June 26, 2019 21:26

    Any update on this?

  • Caal, Guillermo (GE Digital) commented
    August 21, 2019 18:58

    Disappointed with your implementation. What you implemented is NOT what was being asked. This should be reopened.

  • Chelsea Hallam commented
    September 20, 2019 06:36

    I must say i agree with Caal, Guillermo (GE Digital) comment. The update doesn't adress the issue that was stated