Managing Groups

As of 0.9, Administrators can define groups of users in Redmine.
Groups can be added as members of projects just like regular users, using the same Roles too.

When adding a user to an existing group, this user inherits of all of the group privileges.

Creating groups

To create a group, do the following:

  1. Click Administration
  2. Click Groups
  3. Click New Group
  4. Type the name of your group in Name
  5. Click Create

Adding members and associating projects

To add members to a group, do the following:

  1. In Administration >> Groups
  2. Click the name of the Group you wish to change.
  3. You'll see 3 tabs: General, Users, Projects
    • General
      • Change the name by editing the Name field
    • Users
      • Add users by checking the username box for each user
      • Click Add
    • Projects
      • Select a project from the pop-up menu
      • Set the Role
      • Click Add


Figure 1: Example Group Users tab


Figure 2: Adding Members to a Group

Screenshot of Redmine New Group to Project
Figure 3: Example Group Project tab

Screenshot of Redmine Groups to Projects
Figure 4: Associating a group to a project (from the Group context)

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