Assign an Expiration Date to Permission Set or Permission Set Group

With the Winter’23 update, we can now give each permission set or permission set group an expiration date. Permission set and permission set group assignments are also enhanced by a new Lightning Experience interface and workflow.


Permission sets and permission set groups can be assigned to users with or without an expiration date. When a permission set or permission set group has an expiration date, users can lose access to functionality after the expiration date. By default, permission set and permission set group assignments don’t expire.

1️⃣ Click on Manage Assignments

2️⃣ Click on Add Assignment

3️⃣ Select the users to whom you want to assign the permission set or permission set group

4️⃣ Select an Expiration Date and Time Zone then click on the Assign button

5️⃣ Assignment Summary

6️⃣ Look at the current assignment.

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