What are Groups?
Groups (or Teams) are a tool used for "grouping" users together. You can have as many groups as you require. The most common uses of groups are:
- Filtering by groups in Reports.
- Assigning a Learning Path.
- Filtering the User Management list.
- Controlling access to courses.
There are two different types of groups.
Standard "Simple" Groups
This is a simple group type that provides a list of available users in the account and simply add them one-by-one to your group. And vice-versa, you can remove them one by one from the group.
Conditional "Dynamic" Groups
For larger accounts, Standard Groups is not practical to manage you large number of users. So, we built the i GET IT Dynamic Groups that are built off of conditions of various user attributes. For example, a Dynamic Group can be built of setting a conditional rule the says "pull ever user that is from the Business Site of 'North Atlantic Division'". The group would then dynamically pull the list of users that meet that criteria (at time of use). So, it is not only extremely flexible and easy to configure a group, but keeps the group the most up-to-date as user profile attributes may change.