You can organize related projects under a group, which will work like a folder. Groups can also be nested in subgroups.
Groups and subgroups can help navigate among projects easily, grant admin access to several projects at once, and share resources between projects within a group or a subgroup.
You can create groups for numerous reasons. With groups, you can:
Switch your organization to the Permission granularity mode to be able to add localization resources to each project group separately and give the manager access to all the projects within a group at once.
Using this mode, you’ll be able to do the following actions for each specific project group:
All localization resources (i.e., translation memories, glossaries, MT engines, workflows) added to the organization are available to all projects. If you add resources to a particular group or subgroup, they become available only to the projects in this group or subgroup.
People with manager permissions to a particular group also inherit the manager permissions to its subgroups and projects.
Use the sidebar menu to navigate between groups and subgroups, or click on the group and subgroups folders directly. If you don’t see the group hierarchy on the sidebar, use the Workspace Explorer button at the lower-left to open the groups list.
To create a group, follow these steps: