Large organizations have many departments and teams using Cybrary. Each has its own members and stakeholders that need to be managed independent on each other. Groups and Hierarchies allow teams to organize themselves in a way that makes sense to their business.
When clicking Groups in the left panel, the user will see a list of all Groups. Groups can also be nested as Sub-Groups, creating a hierarchy. Groups can be expanded to see their Sub-Groups by clicking the family tree icon.
Clicking on a Group or Sub-Group will open the edit panel. From here, the user can manage all users in the group. This includes adding/removing group members and assigning group roles.
A Group is inclusive of all Sub-Groups within it. This means that when a member is added to a Sub-Group, they are also added to its parent Group.
Group Roles and Permissions
A user can have one of three roles in a group:
Group Admin: Add/remove group members, create and assign paths to group members, view reporting for the group
Group Reporting Admin: View reporting for the group
Group Member: Part of the group, but cannot make changes or view reports
Roles and permissions in Groups cascade down. For example, if a user is a Group Admin in one group, they are also a Group Admin in all sub-groups.
Throughout the product, Group Admins and Group Reporting Admins will have the option to filter the Group they want to view. The filter will display all Groups that they have permission to view.
Team Owners and Team Admins have full admin permissions for all groups.