Creating Smart Device Groups

Add devices via assignees, labels or user groups. Device group will automatically be updated in the future

Updated over a week ago

Welcome to this guide on creating a smart device group in Swif. You can navigate to the device group in device management to begin. This new feature allows you to create groups that can be filtered and automatically assigned based on user labels. This guide will walk you through the process of creating a device group assigned to a specific user and a device group for a specific team in your organization.

Step 1:

Start by clicking on the 'Create new group' button.

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Step 2:

You will have two options: create a smart device group or a manual device group. For the purposes of this guide, we will focus on creating a smart device group. Enter the name of the group and continue.

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Step 3:

Next, select the assignee or label. This label will determine who the devices in the group are assigned to.

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Step 4:

For assignees, you can select multiple users from the dropdown list. This is useful if you want to create a smart group for a specific team in your organization.

For labels, you can select multiple labels. This is useful if you want to create a smart group for devices with specific labels in your organization.

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Step 5:

You can also exclude specific devices from your group.

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Step 6:

Next, select the specific policies you would like to assign to the devices in your group.

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Step 7:

Then, select any software from the list you would like to install on the devices in your group.

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Step 8:

You also have the option to select commands from the list to be executed on the devices in your group.

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Step 9:

Once you have set all your preferences, you can review the settings of your smart device group and click 'finish' to create the group.

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Congratulations, you have successfully created a smart device group in Swif. You can repeat this process to create as many device groups as you need. Thank you for using Swif.

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