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Idea: Add a new section to the Settings|Groups management page that shows imported groups and their origin
Currently, when you navigate to Settings|Groups, you do not see groups that have been imported from vCenter or other targets. The imported groups are seen only when you're in Settings|Policies and editing the Policy scope. This yields an inconsistent UX. There is no indication in the Policy Scope display that the Group(s) used to define the scope are imported rather than user created. When working with Policy scopes, I typically have separate tabs open to Settings|Policies, and Settings|Groups so I can validate that I'm defining the desired scope. Currently, you have to use Search|Groups to discover the group membership. Often, it's not the specific inventory I'm interested in but rather the selection criteria used to populate the inventory. Having these imported groups, along with their selection criteria/origin, listed on the Settings|Groups page would provide that information and provide a consistent user experience.
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