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Can I organize my team members into groups?

Who has access?
- Grammarly Business and Grammarly for Education account owners
- Grammarly Business and Grammarly for Education contributors

If your Grammarly Business or Grammarly for Education subscription spans more than one team, you might want to create user groups within your subscription. For example, you can create separate groups for your Support, Sales, and Marketing teams. This will allow you to customize features such as the style guide and snippets to each team’s specific needs. In addition, you will be able to monitor each team’s writing performance on the analytics dashboard.

How do I create a group? 

By selecting individual team members

  1. Go to the Groups page.
  2. Click Create Group in the upper-right corner.
  3. Check the boxes next to the team members you wish to add to the group. 
  4. Enter the name of the group and click Create Group.

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By importing a file

  1. Go to the Groups page.
  2. Click Create Group in the upper-right corner.
  3. In the window that appears next, choose the Import file tab.
  4. Click Choose File or select the Don’t have a CSV file? option.
  5. If you selected the Don’t have a CSV file? option, open the downloaded file and insert your team members’ email addresses and the names of the groups they should be assigned to. You can leave the Name column empty.
  6. Go back to the Create Group window and upload the file.
  • A team member can’t be a part of more than one group at a time. 
  • Before a team member can be added to a group, they have to be invited first. 
  • You can set up a separate style guide and snippets collection for each user group. Team members with the owner and contributor roles will be able to see and manage style guides and snippets collections of all user groups.
  • Team members with the owner and contributor roles will be able to view analytics data for any of the user groups. 

By assigning groups in identity provider

Team members can also be assigned to groups through an identity provider as part of SAML Single Sign-On. If a SAML assertion contains the GrammarlyGroup attribute, users will be added to the corresponding group. If the group doesnt exist, it will be created as part of just-in-time provisioning. For more information on configuring an identity provider for Grammarly, please see this article.

How do I manage existing groups? 

You can manage existing groups on the Groups page. To edit a group, click on it and select Edit Group in the upper-right corner:

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To delete a group, click on the three dots Three_dots.png next to it, and select Delete:

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