User is an entity that can log in to the ThingsBoard web interface, execute REST API calls, access devices, assets and other entities if they have permissions to do so. Users are grouped into user groups.By default, there are two autogenerated user groups: the Tenant Administrators and the Tenant Users. Tenant administrator can directly create new users in autogenerated user groups, however please note that they will have the access to all dashboards as tenant administrator that has created them. Also, there is the “All” user group. If a user is created directly in the “All” group, he won’t have any permissions and will not see anything.
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A User group is group of users of the same level with the same permissions. One user can simultaneously belong to several user groups.
The created user in the Tenant Administrators group has all the permissions such as view, add, edit and delete entities. Let’s create a tenant administrator to see what he can do.
Tenant users group has read-only permissions. Let’s create a tenant user to see what he can do.
Tenant or Customer administrators can create user groups with custom permissions. Create a user group and add the previously created Roles in the Roles tab in the user group details to configure users permissions in the new group.
Like any group of entities, the user group can be easily customized and edited. To edit a user group, click the user group row to enter details about the user group.
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A user group can be deleted by the user with sufficient permissions. Please note that the users that belong to a group will not be deleted. A single user can be a member of multiple user groups and is always a member of the special group “All”.
There are cases when you have several created users in a group and you need to delete one of them.
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