I divide my groups by class in order to easily cater to the insta 90's of the future. I will then create a substructure for each class based on the way that each glyph is learned:
5.4 World BoP
5.4 TI common
5.4 TI Rare
Scroll of Wisdom
Book of Glyph Mastery
Northrend Inscription Research
Minor Inscription Research
Trainer First Pick
Trainer Rarely Picked
You can group these together however you'd like, but once you've gone through the tedious task of setting up your substructure, you can use a base operation for all of them just to get you started. Then, if you need/want to you can set operations based on your own circumstances and apply them to each subgroup. I honestly don't even recommend making the Trainer First Pick glyphs on servers with any scribe leveling activity. I'll identify why I decided to split trainer glyphs in that manner in a future post. For now, we're just gonna stick with the basic set up that I have at the moment.
Please note that I do not have some of the newer glyphs (complete list here), so these will be missing from the item string for the time being.
TSM Glyph itemstring as I have it set up:
Copy that entire item string and paste it into a bare glyph group. Ensure you check 'Move Already Grouped Items' if your intention is to use this setup by class. Alternatively, you can paste into notepad and remove the group setup and re organize as you wish.
This is currently the ONLY auctioning operation I use for my glyphs, as there is almost no need for other auctioning operations in my situation. Your situation may vary and I'll try to suggest ways to set up your operations in the future. I highly recommend taking a look at Wowuction's section on glyphs and see which glyphs are more profitable for you to make. I also recommend studying the data so you can familiarize yourself with your server's glyph market before you decide to jump/dip your toes into the market. Keep in mind your average price to make an ink if you are doing the milling yourself.
Auctioning: I don't do cancel scans unless I've been lazy on restocking and need to cancel in order to relist the more popular glyphs. I have price ceilings (6g per ink of dreams, all inks are set to that cost due to herb availability on the AH) for my materials and a minimum profit 27g per glyph built in to my pricing scheme. This is why I choose manual pricing over market based pricing in most of my crafted groups. This is what my posting setup looks like:
I'm only posting 1 at a time since I'm on a low pop server. I tried 2 for a while, but rarely did I ever sell 2 of the same glyph in one posting cycle. If you'd like to read more on inventory, Stede of Late Night With Stede did an excellent post on the Power of Inventory. I highly recommend reading that post as well as the rest of his work. In that post he uses glyph inventory as an example to demonstrate his point. Oh while you're at it, listen to his shows, always good discussion about loads of gold making topics.
I hope this post can help some of you get started or adjust your glyph groups as you see fit. In my opinion, the ability to analyze your server and understand the logistics of the glyph market there, will give you a good edge over many of your competitors.
I'd like provide so much more really soon. As the time to move across the country draws near, I'm extremely pressed for time.