Access Admins are allowed to create, modify, and remove access groups. Access Managers are allowed to add or remove users in access groups.

Adding Access Groups

  1. Navigate to the Access tab from the Home page then select Access Groups

  2. Select Manage then Create Group (may also appear as + Add)

  3. Once selected you will now see the option to add a group name and you will be provided with a list of users that you can add to your group

  4. Enter a name and choose the users that you want in your group

  5. Select Done and you will now be taken to your new access group

Modifying Access Groups

Access groups can be modified in two ways, through adding or removing users, and through adding or removing access levels.

Adding or Removing Users

With your access group open you will see the option to add users in the upper right-hand side by selecting + Add...

Once selected, you should see a window appear with a list of users that you can add to your group, you are able to select one or multiple at a time.

Select Add in the bottom right-hand corner when finished.

Remove users:

Hover over the user that you want to remove and select the check box found on the left-hand side of the user's name, you should now see Remove above the group member list.

Select Remove and the selected user(s) will be removed from the group.

Adding or Removing Access Levels

With your access group open, select the Access Levels tab in the top right-hand corner.

With the Access Levels tab open select +Add Access Level on the left-hand side of the page, you will now be able to choose one or more access levels to apply to your group.

Once the access level(s) are selected, select Add on the bottom right-hand side and you will now see a list of doors that your group has permission to access.

Remove Access Levels:

Mouse over any access level that you want to remove, with the access level highlighted you should see an X on the right-hand side of the access level name.

Select X and you should no longer see the access level assigned to your group.

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