Thanks for the feedback. We are currently working on transitioning user
management from the Analytics UI to the Experience Cloud-wide Admin
Console. The transition would enable Admins to manage users and
entitlements across multiple login companies/Experience Cloud solutions.
This also means we will be retiring most of the user management
functions within Analytics. If you are familiar with the console, it
does offer a few (if not all) of the bulk-update options you refer to
above; Asset transfe...
Agree that having to manage users and permissions at multiple levels is
less than ideal. We have a project underway that seeks to address
exactly this by enabling Admins to manage users and permissions across
all their Marketing Cloud solutions (including Analytics) in one place
called the Admin Console. We are planning to begin migrating Analytics'
user management to the Admin Console later this year. Post-migration,
Admins like you would be able to use the console to entitle users to
Hi Marina, we are aiming at a Q2 start date for the migration's first
phase. Since we are planning on migrating customers in phases, the exact
start date for a specific Analytics login company is TBD; admins will be
notified of the exact timeline/process well in advance.
Hi Marina,this is expected behavior for Analytics. There is only a one
way sync, in that changes made in the Enterprise Dashboard (now labelled
"Admin Console") are synced to Analytics' user management section and
not the other way around; changes made to a user's group assignment in
Analytics are not reflected back in the Admin Console. We are planning
to begin migrating customers off of user and group management in
Analytics to the Admin Console; this would allow Admins like you who may