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  • As sets of accounts for reporting at the organisation level.
  • As a way of assigning attributes such as 'role' to sets of users - e.g. member, staff, walk-in user. You must, in fact, allocate at least one permission set to everyone because of this and your initial setup will have included a default permission set for this purpose.
  • With restrictive mode to limit with resources are available to sets of users. When used this way any changes you make to the resources allocated to a permission set instantly changes what the related accounts can access. 

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Whilst all accounts will need at least one permission set so that they can access resources, restricting access to the resources specified in a permission set requires restrictive mode be set to on.

Permission set descriptions do not have to be unique, but it helps.

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