Assign user groups to a role

To manage permissions for a lot of groups or roles at once, try assigning user groups to roles.

  1. Go to My Workspace > Admin.
  2. Click PROJECT GROUPS from the Projects menu.

    The existing project groups are listed here.

  3. Click your project group. The Project Group Details page appears.
  4. From the left navigation pane, click the Permissions link to specify user roles applicable to the project group.
  5. On the Roles tab, to display existing global or direct roles, click the global project roles or Direct Roles option of View. You can assign the project group users or user groups to a global project role or a role created just for this project.
  6. Click the name of the role that you want to assign to the user group members in the project group.
  7. On the Edit Role page, click the Assigned User Groups tab. The Assigned User Groups table shows all user groups who currently have the role.
  8. Click Add.
  9. Type some of the group’s name in the Name (search) box and click Find.
  10. From the Add User Group to Role table, select the user groups that you want to add, and click Finish.
    Restriction: When you give a group access to a CVS or Wandisco Subversion repository, members of the group can view the repository but cannot do repository actions, such as commit and update. You must assign those permissions to users individually.
The user groups are now assigned the role.