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I need to create a share link with people that also need to actively participate.
Having a read-only option for people who can't help but push the shiny red button that ends civilization is nice and all, but hows about a share option for the adults in the room? :)
(forgive me, its been a long week)
Just share the URL with them (which is different to the "Share as" URL). Then they are taken to the plan and their permissions apply.
Otherwise, using the Confluence option does give people with edit access the ability to "open in Advanced roadmaps" and edit.
Ah, thanks. I was hoping for an option other than copy & paste the URL, like Jira issues and Confluence pages have.
If I copy & paste my URL it takes them to a very specific view - I was hoping to have a share option with the most minimal URL possible, and one that does not include the view that I am using at that moment.
I'm assuming a significant portion of that URL is not needed to share.
I believe I can cut it off after the id portion, but - and I realize it seems lazy - it requires manually editing the URL every time.
Sending a URL with all that extra info just irks me, that's all. This will work.
Hi @Rob Horan , if you would like to share your Advanced Roadmaps plan with other people, then they need access to Jira (have a Jira Software license) and they need the user permission in Advanced Roadmaps in order to view and edit the plan.
Hi @Dave Mathijs ,
It's for people who have access. That's the idea. Jira issues and Confluence pages have share options for people to go in and actively work on those items. Plans only offer a read-only share as far as I can see.