How to use teams and management teams
This article explains how to use Teams and Management teams in GroupCamp. Teams will allow you to group colleagues in your account. A colleague can belong to one or several teams.
Click Users in the main menu bar, then click on the Teams menu.
A cog wheel symbol is displayed next to Management teams. Use the Edit button to update an existing team and use the Create button to create a new team.
Note: Please click on the Plans & Quotas icon located in the Admin panel to find out what is the maximum number of teams and colleagues per team you can create in your account.
To create a team, click on the Create button,
Fill up the form containing the team's description, check the Management team checkbox then click OK.
Note: Only authorized users have access to the Management team checkbox. See the Teams' application privileges settings.
Go to the Admin Panel and then to the Privileges tab. Use the List of privileges menu.
Privilege: Users > View > Teams
All employees see the teams. The guests do not have access.
Privileges: Users> Teams> Create - Update and Users > Teams > Delete
Grant these privileges to your collaborators.
Privilege: Users > Teams > Manage Management teams
A restricted privilege is available for management teams. Only authorized users can check or uncheck the Management team checkbox in the team's creation and update pop-up window.
Teams can only be seen and used by colleagues in your account. Guests do not have access to it.
With the post a message feature, you can write to one or several teams (equivalent to the email alias).
With the quick add button, you can select teams (group members management, add followers, etc).
In the settings for each project, you can select a management team whose members will receive project alerts.
Read these FAQs to find where Alert notifications are used:
- How to set up the Tasks application.
- How to set up the Budget module and the Budget app for projects.
Organizations are used to represent the formal mapping of your company. It is based on activity, function, location, or service. A colleague can belong to only one organization. A team, however, can be multifunctional and contain members from different organizations.