Groups are a way of categorizing objects into logical groups that make sense to you. If you only have a few objects, this doesn't really matter much and you can use the default groups. But when the number of your objects are growing, it is advisable to create additional groups (and assign your objects to those groups) to ensure that menus and selection lists are easy to navigate.
You can create a group in two ways:
Either way, the rest of the process is the same, and you can enter a name for your new group and define its settings:
This page also shows all objects that have been assigned to this group.
You can also watch the instruction video.
You can define the settings for the group via these fields:
This field determines which type of objects can be assigned to a group. For example, you can create user groups, report groups, data set groups etc. This enables you to set up a structure for your objects that is easy to understand and navigate.
You can select which type of objects can be assigned to this group:
This field sets the process under which objects in this group will be shown in "Process" in the menu navigation. This enables you to set up an alternative menu navigation that closely follows your user processes.
You can assign a color to every group, which changes the page header color on all items that belong to that group. This makes user navigation more intuitive.
When defining a group, you can use the Save and Actions buttons in the right-top of the screen:
These buttons enable you to do the following: