Search Boost Plugin for Confluence Edited

Hi, 

I'm using the free add on search boost plugin and within the roll outs it says that you can add a group permission to allow multiple users who aren't an administrator to use the search boost. How does this work? Or where can I find the documentation that covers this? 

https://bitbucket.org/hascode/confluence-search-boost-plugin/issues/12/add-group-permissions?_ga=2.19523576.1149280042.1515399704-428222862.1507889501

 

I've found that with the Confluence Administration section there is a new area within my installation called Search Boost Plugin Configuration. 

Within this area there is a single text box and button that says "Set group name" I've tried putting a name in there and hitting the button, but I can't find where that group has been created? 

This is a great plugin! 

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I finally worked this out! It has to be the name of an existing group. It doesn't create a group but rather gives permissions to a pre-existing group of people. 

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