Group management and Account filter

It would be useful to have users nested into groups as well as the ability to quickly filter on who has a paid account vs. non paid account rather than listing all product lines and product they belong too, makes the admin page too long.

  • Chris Partlow
  • Jan 21 2015
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  • Guest commented
    February 23, 2015 23:08

    Agree with this idea, as we have many products within our Aha environment, and we need to be able to quickly provide access to all internal users of our Aha with access to internal products.

     

    Currently, we need to go to each users profile, and indicate their access to a particular product.

    This also means that when a new user comes onboard, we need to remember to manually add them to having access that product line, whereas with groups, we would simply need to provide the group with access to the product line, and manage adding and removing users to the group.

  • Paul Edge commented
    November 20, 2015 03:49

    My use case for this is to quickly assign a to-do to a whole set of people. For instance adding a new business model canvas based on a workshop session, and now ask the team to review and comment. I actually ended up taking a screenshot of the use list so I could type all the names!

  • J Cribley commented
    August 18, 2016 21:06

    I want to be able to add a long list of people just by adding a group defined in my active directory, such as Team.productowners@company.com or similar. 

  • Vedran Blazanovic commented
    September 29, 2016 17:30

    Use case: edit a select set of users or all users to have permissions to see the Fredwin Cycling Demo product

    Currently we have 28 seats with many more on the way as we integrate Aha!; however, I need to manually change permissions for each user. This is obviously a nice to have for the user experience but I imagine it's a low effort feature addition. I'm envision this being similar to the Bulk Edit ability in Features.