Assigning Users to Email Groups


Vault can use a Send Email rule to send users an email notification when certain conditions are met. For example, a rule could be configured to send an email when a new Adverse Event form is submitted with “Yes” entered for the “Is the adverse event serious?” item. You can define which users receive these email notifications from EDC Tools > Email Group Assignment.

Prerequisites

To use Send Email rules and Email Groups, your vault must have Role by Study enabled and your Study must be using the automated deployments model.


A study designer must create an Email Group in Studio > Email Groups before you can assign users to a group. See details in Send Emails with Rules.


The following permissions are required to perform the actions described below.

By default, users with the CDMS Lead Data Manager study role can perform the actions described below. If your organization uses custom Study Roles, your role must grant the following permissions:

Type Permission Label Controls
Standard Tab EDC Tools Tab

Ability to access the EDC Tools tab

Functional Permission Manage Email Group Assignment

Ability to assign users to an Email Group from EDC Tools > Email Group Assignment

If your Study contains restricted data, you must have the Restricted Data Access permission to view it.

Learn more about Study Roles.


Accessing EDC Tools

To access the EDC Tools administration area, click the Tools tab in the primary navigation bar, and then click EDC Tools.

Access EDC Tools from the Tools Tab

By default, once you open EDC Tools, Vault displays a list of automated deployment Studies. You can use the Automatic and Manual radio buttons to switch between these listings. Select Manual to access your manual deployment Studies.

Select Automatic or Manual

For manual deployment Studies, click on the Study to open EDC Tools for that Study. For automatic deployment Studies, click on the Study to open the Deployments page. From here, you can click on an Environment to open EDC Tools for that study environment.

Once you’ve entered the EDC Tools area, select your Study if you have access to more than one Study. To return to the study list, click Back to Study Listing.

Email Groups & Site Access

Users within your Study will only receive email notifications for Subjects within Sites that they have permission to access. Non-study users will receive all email notifications sent to the Email Group.

How to Assign Users to an Email Group

To assign users to an Email Group:

  1. Navigate to EDC Tools > Email Group Assignment.
  2. Click the Name of the Email Group you want to assign users to.
  3. Click + Add Study User to add a user that have access to the current environment. To add users who exist in the current vault but don’t have access to the current environment, click + Add Other User. Add button

  4. Select users to add to the group. You can select all available users by selecting the Select All checkbox. You can search to locate specific users to add. Selected user

  5. When finished selecting users, click Add.

How to Remove a User from an Email Group

You can remove a user from an Email Group. When you remove a user, they will no longer receive email notifications associated with that Email Group from that point forward.

To remove a user from an Email Group:

  1. Navigate to EDC Tools > Email Group Assignment.
  2. Click the Name of the Email Group you want to assign users to.
  3. Locate the User you want to remove in the list.
  4. Hover over that User to display the Actions menu.
  5. From the Actions menu, select Remove User. Remove User action

  6. In the Remove User confirmation dialog, click Remove.

Vault removes the User from the Email Group. This user will not receive any email notifications for this group from now on. If the user is assigned to any other Email Groups, they will continue to receive those email notifications.

Email Group Assignment & Deployments

Vault does not include the users assigned to an Email Group in the deployment package. You must recreate this configuration in each study environment.