Modify group settings

Groups have specific settings that can alter the way users in that group use Adobe Sign. These changes can only be made by that group's admin or the account admin.

Quick steps

Use the standard Admin user interface

  1. As admin (Group or Account), go to the Account page.
  2. Go to Users & Groups.
  3. Click View Groups.
  4. Click the Name of the group.
  5. Click the Click here link.

Use the new Admin user interface

(Note: the new user interface allows for more settings to be overriden than the old user interface.)

  1. As admin (Group or Account), go to the Account page.
  2. On the left side click Groups.
  3. Click the Name of the group.
  4. Click Group Settings.
  5. On the left side select the setting you want to override on the group level.
  6. Check the Override account settings for this page check box.
  7. Set any desired settings
  8. Save your changes

Step-by-step (standard user interface)

  1. Account and group admins (who have been given authority) can modify the settings for that group by logging in and navigating to:  Account > Groups

    Once on the Groups page, double click any group name to open the configuration options.

    Nav to new group
  2. With the Group configuration options open, you can see a list of setting sub-menus on the left (just like at the Account level).

    Click any sub-menu item to load the page for those settings.

    Notice that at the top of the page is a checkbox to Override account settings for this page

    • By default, all groups inheriet their settings from the Account. By checking this box, you allow replacing that inherieted value with any group level setting you configure

     

    Enabled group level settings
  3. When you are done adjusting the settings, click Save

    Save Edits

    Note:

    Not all settings can be edited atthe Group level, and can only be configured at the Account level.

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