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The User groups page ( Settings -> Users -> User groups) is used to manage user groups. The User groups form is designed for:
- viewing information on user groups;
- selecting a user group to edit;
- creating and deleting user groups.
Filter is used to select the user groups from the list matching the parameters specified. The below table describes the filter
|ID||The ID of the required user groups. Corresponds to the ID
field of the list of groups. You can use advanced
|Modified||Specifies to select user groups whose parameters were changed during the period in this field.
|Active||Defines whether active, inactive or all user groups are to be
|Name||Names of the selected user groups. You can use advanced
|Description||Specifies to select user groups by their description.
You can use advanced search here.
|Users ||Filters user groups by the number
of users in each group. Specified as a numerical range.
Click Set filter to activate the filter. To display all information, click Cancel.
||Opens a form in which you can create a new user.
||Exports data from the table to the MS Excel format.
List of user groups
||Selects user groups to which the desired actions are to be applied.
|Actions on a user group:
- Edit - edits the user;
- Add copy - duplicates the user;
- Delete - deletes the user (not applicable to administrators).
||The ID of the user group.
||The date the group was last modified.
||Indicates the group is active. If the group is inactive, all users of this group are disabled. There are two user groups
that cannot be deactivated: Site administrators and Everyone.
- The Site administrators group is always active and always contains at least one site administrator.
- The Everyone group virtually contains all unauthorised site users.
||The user group sort weight. Defines the group position in lists.
||The appropriate name of the user group.
||User group description. Invisible by default.
||Number of users in the group.