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Create a 'beta features' group for login accounts

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While I understand the freeform analysis is for admin's only. We sent 40 people to Summit and thankfully not all of them are admins 🙂 but they all saw the sneaks and a couple do advanced analysis and would like to look at freeform. I really don't want to be giving out admin to everyone because they want to look at a new feature.

Would it be possible at some point during this beta and hopefully in future beta's where Adobe wants to expand the features to selected individuals to create a 'beta tool' group in the user management console so I can grant access to these features without giving away full admin capabilities.

Thanks,

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Thanks for the suggestion, Warren. What we're actually planning to do (coming soon in the beta) is allow you to grant access to Analysis Workspace (including Freeform Analysis) much as you would grant access to Ad Hoc Analysis or Report Builder. There will be a group (or a setting for groups) that allows you to expand this access beyond admins.

We'll consider doing something similar for future "public beta" features. Most of our beta testing happens in our beta environments where this is less of a need.

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Employee

Thanks for the suggestion, Warren. What we're actually planning to do (coming soon in the beta) is allow you to grant access to Analysis Workspace (including Freeform Analysis) much as you would grant access to Ad Hoc Analysis or Report Builder. There will be a group (or a setting for groups) that allows you to expand this access beyond admins.

We'll consider doing something similar for future "public beta" features. Most of our beta testing happens in our beta environments where this is less of a need.