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How to see user-group-members as a non-system-admin?

As a project lead I can manage permissions by adding users and user-groups to project roles.

However, I cannot see what users are contained in a user-group.

Is there a way to see group members when I'm not a system-admin?


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Sreenivasaraju P
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Jan 24, 2019 • edited

Yes. Under Global permission  -> Browse Users permission should be enabled to you (means to the group which you are part of).  

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If you have browse user permission, you will get user icon next each user picker. by clicking on this you will get below screen. From there , you select group and check the users.


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#fourYearsLater XD - Hi @Sreenivasaraju P . I don't know why I didn't respond nor react to your answer. Sorry! Thank you for you answer!

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