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Where do I create sharepoint groups? Central admin

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I'm attempting to setup audience targeting.

I created a group on a site.

but I don't see it anywhere. Where should I be creating my sharepoint group?
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It depends on the scope of the group you want to make.  For example, a group made at the site collection level will be seen at the site level.

Here's a starting point:
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint-server-help/about-managing-sharepoint-groups-and-users-HA010021579.aspx
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I want to add audience targeting but it's not showing up.

I created a custom group with contribute/view access to a particular subsite.

The group has permissions to approve/contribute to a partiular list while home vistors has contribute,read

I want employees to be able to submit or edit requests with their name on it (not necessarily the author) and managers to be able to approve, edit and view AllItems.aspx

I need to restrict allitems for the managers to view only, I will restrict all the other views to [me] only
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Looks like I'm working with you for both parts to the question.  This one is completed since the portion about the creation of groups has been answered.  You should finalize this one and we will work on your viewing restriction needs in the other one.

Link to other question for future readers:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/MS-SharePoint/Q_26648175.html
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