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Before people can log in and use ThoughtSpot, you need to create a username, a password, and a membership in one or more groups for them. Creating groups and assigning users to them makes privilege management easier.
Ways of managing users and groups
This section describes manual creation of users, groups, and privileges, but you can also manage users through LDAP or SAML. For information on setting up SAML authentication, see the ThoughtSpot Application Integration Guide.
The "All" group
There is a default group called All, which includes every user in ThoughtSpot. When you create a new user, they will be added to the All group automatically. You cannot delete the All group or remove members from it.
Privileges determine what kinds of actions users are allowed to do. Plan your groups so that you can use them to assign a common set of privileges to multiple users. Privileges are set at the group level. For more information on the privileges you can assign and how to assign them, see About privileges.
Nested groups (groups within groups)
You can also have a hierarchy of groups. That is, groups can belong to (i.e. be children of) other groups. When using group hierarchies, permissions are inherited from the parent group. So if you're a member of a sub-group, you would automatically have the privileges of the parent group.