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Different Components for Different Portal Groups?

Is there a way to create different "groups" of components that can be used in different portal groups? 

For instance: say I want a portal group for onboarding an employee, and the components would be a drop down list of the different systems that the employee should be added to (Active Directory, Slack, etc.).

On the other hand, a different portal group addresses requests for new hardware. So for this group, I would want the components to be completely different (mouse, keyboard, monitor, etc.) than the ones for the onboarding portal.

 

Is there a way to do this? From what I can tell, it looks like all the components in the list spill over into any portal field/form that has the "components" included. Perhaps I shouldn't be using components at all, and there is a different way to enter field to use for a drop-down menu type thing?

Any assistance with this problem would be very much appreciated!

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I have answered my own question. It turns out you can create your own "fields" under main settings, issues, custom fields

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