Groups are logical collection of users. They can be used for example to represents departments or projects in an organization. They are especially useful when you want to share Resources with multiple Users at once.
The Group object
|id||String||Unique ID of the group in UUID format.||UUID|
|created||String||Datetime when the group was created||
|created_by||String||UUID of the user who created the group||UUID|
|deleted||Boolean||Whether the group has been deleted||true/false|
|modified||String||Datetime when the group was last modified||
|modified_by||String||UUID of the user who last modified the group||UUID|
Last updatedThis article was last updated on April 23rd, 2019.
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