A new feature added to OpenGround Cloud Professional is called Teams. The concept of Teams is to provide an extra level of security over the application.

The benefit of Cloud working is collaboration which could mean across offices around the world, it could also mean external users being able to access the cloud repository also.

Teams enables the filtering out data based on what team the user is in. For example, there may be sensitive contamination data that not everyone can view. This data can be filtered out for users whom do not have permission.

The setting up of Teams has been made as simple and straightforward as possible. This guide will go through the initial set up of a team and some common use cases for using it. There are lots of things can be added to Teams, so this guide serves to give an example it is not exhaustive.

Teams Setup

Teams are created and configured on a project by project basis. They exist only in the project; however, the Team Setup dialog is a system menu item. Here you can add new headers to the Teams grid. If you wish to add a new header for when a team is created, you can add it through the Team Setup Menu.

The headers are added just like any other system model group item. Below are examples of what can be added.


 Creating a Team and Configuration
 Data Export with Team Filtering
 Filtered Data and Logs