User structures are used to show people the intended structure of the organization. This formal organization can be used to reflect the structure of the company. You can use them as simple organizational charts, but you can also use the User structure to manage group membership and role membership.
Using a user structure you can create a group within a group. For example, within the Development group, there are three sub-groups of Documentation, Testing and Programming. You can also do this by dragging groups onto other groups on the User Management tree.
If you have already linked items together using the User Management tree, then these links are automatically drawn on the structure diagram.
If you have already linked the two items together using either the User Management tree or the relevant User, Group or Role windows, then the Group Membership window does not appear, and the link between the two items is automatically drawn on the structure diagram.
If you remove a link between two items on the diagram, you remove that link. It does not just remove the arrow on the drawing, it removes the link between the two items. To remove a link between items, select it on the diagram, then on the Actions list, click Delete Relationship.
You can choose to hide or display sub-groups on the user structure diagram by selecting the relevant option on the Actions list.
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