Specifying Conditions for Dynamic Groups

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The dynamic groups automatically update their members based on the configured conditions.
The conditions for members can be changed at any time.

Changing Conditions

  1. Click the gear-shaped menu button in the header.

  2. Click Users & System Administration.

  3. Click Groups (or Roles).

  4. Click the gear-shaped icon on the dynamic group whose conditions you want to specify.
    Screenshot: The gear-shaped icon is highlighted

  5. Click Change Conditions.

  6. Select an option to specify conditions.
    Click Basic or Advanced.
    Screenshot: "Basic" is selected

  7. Specify conditions.
    Specifying Conditions

  8. Click Save.

  9. Check that the desired users are configured as members of the group.
    Checking Group Members

Specifying Conditions


Select Department, Job Title, User, or other options.

For example, the chart below shows how to configure conditions to meet both of the following.

  • The job title is "Manager".
  • Department is either of "Sales Division", "Domestic Sales Department", or "International Sales Department".

Screenshot: Configuring filter conditions for dynamic groups

Click "+" or "x" buttons to add or remove the conditions.


Enter conditional expressions. You can specify more complex conditions compared with "Basic". For details on available operators and keys, refer to the following page:
Extraction Expressions for Dynamic Groups

For example, the conditional expression below shows how to configure conditions to meet both of the following.

  • Job title code is "Manager".
  • Belongs to one of the departments whose department code is either "Sales00", "Sales01", or "Sales02".

Screenshot: Entering a conditional expression for dynamic groups

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title in ("Manager") and organization in ("Sales00", "Sales01", "Sales02")