Using your groups (roles) in calculations

A quick update of some new functionality that may be useful to admins:

As you may know, you can use the username of the logged in user in calculations

(full details here):

Now you can similarly use the list of groups the logged in user belongs to. So for example, if you want to show some rows or fields based to only users who are in an ‘account managers’ group, you can do so. Please see the link above for full details.



One Reply to “Using your groups (roles) in calculations”

  1. Am I right in assuming this was mainly driven by a need to improve privacy?

    Bit of a typo in the paragraph after the link.

    Looks good. CC

    Sent from my iPhone


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