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must you be an admin to add users to a user group?

Do I need to give admin access to allow a user to be able to administer a bamboo group? It doesn't make sense to me to provide that level access for someone to be able to manage their own group for a particular build and deployment plan. Am I missing something?

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Per support that is correct, you must be an admin to be able to administer a group.

A feature request has been created.  It states "Create a new feature in which the Bamboo allows a User to manage your own Users Groups, without having access to the other administrator menus. (Like a group owner role)"

If you are in favor of this enhancement, please vote here:  BAM-20818

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