Group Management Use Cases

These use cases describe how individuals need to manage and use group definitions. In its simplest form, a group definition is a list of people that needs to be maintained and used for some ongoing purpose. Groups can be used to coordinate research teams (e.g., authorizing use of a resource), for communication (e.g., managing an email list), or for project management (e.g., task assignments).


(12 use cases)
Use Case ID Title Use Case Description
GRP-01 Researcher manages membership of a project group
GRP-02 Manually create a group
GRP-03 Manually view or manage the configuration or membership of a group
GRP-05 Invite members to a group
GRP-06 Request membership in a group
GRP-09 Synchronize an external group
GRP-10 Automate a group's configuration
GRP-12 Use groups to control access within a resource
GRP-14 Use a group to control access within an application
GRP-15 Use a group for task assignments within an application
GRP-16 Use a group for email distribution
GRP-17 Drive project membership with an email message