Comment 10 for bug 18351

Any time one is setting up a new user, they want to add the groups for
them. Having to go through two screens is a lot more clicks.
I can't see any reason why if the ability already exists for
privileges, there can't be a Groups tab.

On Fri, Jan 29, 2010 at 8:56 AM, Milan Bouchet-Valat <email address hidden> wrote:
> Do you have a precise use case for that? Most groups should be covered
> by privileges, and we can add new ones if needed. Sorting groups by
> alphabetical order is also planned, that should reduce the need for a
> per-user list that I'm not sure anybody will ever implement.
>
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> [users-admin] Edit groups for user properties
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> Status in “gnome-system-tools” package in Ubuntu: Confirmed
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> Bug description:
> Currently, when you look at the properties of a user, you cannot see or edit
> what groups they are in. It would be nice if another tab was added called
> "Groups" which would allow this
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