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Adding Users to a Project

Users are not directly associated with a Project in WorldSpace Sync. Instead, individual users must be added to a Group at the Organization level. Groups are then added to a Project granting view access to all Group Members. Groups are used for no other purpose than to give access to a Project.

Note: Do NOT add users as Organization Administrators or Project Administrators.

Adding Users

Users must log in at least once to WorldSpace Sync to be added to a Group. Individual users must be added to a Group at the Organization level, which is then added to a Project.

Creating a Group

Once a user has logged into WorldSpace Sync at least once, you will be able to add them to a Group.

  1. Select the appropriate Organization from the Choose Organization drop-down menu and click Go!
  2. Go to Organization Settings
  3. Click Group
  4. Click +Create Group
  5. Complete the form:

    • Name: something to identify the team responsible for the site
    • Group Members: team member EIDs separated with commas
  6. Click Create Group

For additional assistance, see Deque's documentation for Creating a New Organization GroupLink to external site

Adding Groups to a Project

  1. Select the appropriate organization from the Choose Organization drop-down menu and click Go!
    • If you just created a group, this is likely already selected
  2. Select the appropriate project from the Choose Project drop-down menu and click Go!
  3. Go to Project Settings
  4. Click Members
  5. Select the appropriate group from the Suggestions menu
  6. Click Add Groups

For additional assistance, see Deque's documentation for managing Project MembersLink to external site

Last updated June 4, 2013 @ 4:37 pm

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