Members of a role
consist of individual users, teams, groups, and organizational units that have
been assigned the role. If teams, groups, or organizational units are assigned,
all members of the group, team, or org unit inherit the role. In addition, sub
teams, suborganizational units and subgroups inherit roles from their parent.
The Show Inheriting
Members option allows you to choose whether to show those members who have
inherited his role. If not checked, only teams, organizational units, and
groups directly assigned to the role appear. Before you can assign users,
teams, group, or organizational unit to the role, you must first make sure the
entity exists. There are two ways to create a role/member association:
Go to the
individual user, team, group, or organizational unit, and assign the role.
Go to the role and
The user must have
read/write permission on all the users, group, organizations, and teams i.e.,
write permission on Person "All Objects". Only then the user can assign the
role on them.
Only those users
who are directly assigned the service role automatically become the member of
the respective Service Design Team. This means that the users who inherit the
service role assigned to teams, group, or organizational unit do not become
members of the Service Design Teams. However, these users can access to the
system and have permissions to perform actions as defined in the Service Role.
The Members panel of
the Role Details page displays all the members who have been assigned this
option to assign this role to new teams, organizations or groups. To delete
existing members, select the members from the list and click