TEAM: Create user groups
MARMIND now lets you create user groups, allowing you to manage rights and roles more efficiently.
You can simply add individual users to a group and assign rights and roles to that group. You can still assign rights and roles to individual users, just like before.
To create a user group, you will have to go to the super administration settings. Once you have created a group, you can jump to the TEAM tab and start adding it to marketing objects or teams, the same way you would proceed if it were an individual user.
This way, you can create user groups across departments and teams and manage rights and roles more efficiently instead of managing them individually for each user.
Keep in mind that rights and roles will add up. This means that you can always give a user extra rights in addition to the rights they have based on the groups they are part of. Similarly, if you add a user to a group that has more rights than that individual user, they will be assigned those additional rights.
If you are managing multiple organizations in MARMIND, you can only add people to user groups if they have unrestricted access to all organizations.
As a result of introducing this new feature, the handover process has changed. If you remove a user from a team, their rights will be removed, but you will still see if they were responsible for an object, for example.
Rather than reassigning each object individually, you can simply go to the GRID tab and use the bulk editing options there.
BOOKMARKS: Change responsibility of shared bookmarks
Let’s say someone shares a bookmark with you and they leave the company, but you want to keep using their bookmark. You can now simply reassign the bookmark to someone else to be able to keep using it without limitations.
INTEGRATIONS: New Google Analytics (GA4) Properties available
MARMIND now supports the new Google Analytics (GA4) Properties.
Universal Analytics (UA) Properties will continue to be supported for compatibility reasons, enabling you to access historical data as long as Google Analytics provides them.
In the action category settings, you can select if you would like the connector to pull in the new GA4 or the UA data. Newly created action categories will use the new GA4 data by default.