You can view the list of groups by clicking “Go” ‐ “Permission Groups” in the top of most pages.
The list has expandable details and links to groups which you have authority to edit. The list is filterable in several ways including–
The owner of a case or folder can grant read and write privileges to members of a group. If group members have read-only access, they can view but not edit the case or folder. If group members have writable access, they can edit the case or add contents to the folder.
To see the groups to which you belong–
If you click “permission groups,” you will be taken a page where you can manage your membership in groups you control; see more at editing a group.
Certain permission groups may only be granted or removed by administrators.
Note that administrative users generally have access to all groups regardless of the listings.
Access to reading and writing cases may be controlled via groups. The group’s page shows the current tally.
If you want to be added to or removed from a group that you do not control, contact the group’s owner or your administrator.
Next: Creating a New Group