In the previous chapter, you laid the foundation of your application’s security that will be imposed on menus, pages, and page items. In this chapter, you will create user groups. Allocating application rights to individual users is a tedious activity, and it’s not recommended because it is highly error-prone. You can create a few user groups and assign application privileges to them instead. Users are created afterward and then associated with their respective groups. This means all users inherit application rights from the group (or groups) to which they belong. For example, to handle application security for a staff of more than 100 employees, comprising managers and data entry clerks, you will create just two groups (managers and clerks) with appropriate privileges. Any changes made to the privileges of these groups will be automatically inherited by all associated users.