Ability to Reorder, Sort, Filter, Group and generally Organize the users list

Ability to Reorder, Sort, Filter, Group and generally Organize the users list

Our model has 700+ users so the list is quite overwhelming to deal with. They're also in some who-knows why randomized order.  I see no easy way of changing this order short of removing them all and re-importing them in a different order. 

 

It would be really helpful to deal with this size of a list by allow admin to:

 

  1. Easily reorder the list (Like you can actions, dashboards, modules);
  2. Reorder by Drag & Drop 
  3. Sort the list, preferably by whatever column I choose
  4. Create groups of users.  Useful for say contractors, employees, temporary accounts, integration accounts etc.
  5. Roll up / Unroll those groups so I can better focus on specific users
  6. Apply filters to the list, again by any column
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Thanks for this idea. Can you please clarify which user list it is? 

You can reply here or message @rupert_tagnipes directly. 

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Hello @Rebecca  / @rupert_tagnipes 

The users list i'm referring to is the one shown in the attached image.  In all honesty, all of these lists found under Model Settings (Dashboards, Modules, Actions etc.) need a similar treatment to make them more manageable when they grow past a certain size.  

 

Filter Users List.PNG

 

 

Certified Master Anaplanner
Completely agree!!!! I have thought this countless times! I've also found that the user list isn't always in the same order across different models. At a minimum it would be nice if users displayed in alphabetical order but would love more flexibility to sort and filter like David laid out.