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h1. Managing Groups
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As of 0.9, Administrators can define groups of users in Redmine.
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Groups can be added as members of projects just like regular users, using the same Roles too.
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When adding a user to an existing group, this user inherits of all of the group privileges.
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To create a group, do the following:
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# Click Administration
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# Click Groups
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# Click New Group
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# Type the name of your group in Name
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# Click Create
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To add members to a group, do the following:
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# In Administration >> Groups
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# Click the name of the Group you wish to change.
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# You'll see 3 tabs: General, Users, Projects
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** General 
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*** Change the name by editing the Name field
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** Users
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*** Add users by checking the username box for each user
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*** Click Add
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** Projects
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*** Select a project from the pop-up menu
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*** Set the Role
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*** Click Add