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Hello Community! 👋
Today we've released a minor permission change in Automation affecting Project/Space admins (not Global admins) and we want to keep you up to date!
Global administrators in Automation have always been able to edit rules, even when the rule-actor is someone else. However up until now, if you were a Project/Space admin with edit privileges, you couldn't edit basic fields like name and description unless you also set the rule-actor to be yourself. You would see a warning like this:
From now on, you can happily make those simple edits to your rules without needing to become the rule-actor, which should help with your team collaboration.
As always, you can set your rule access to "Private" if you want to prevent others from making even basic edits. And we also haven't made any changes to who you can set the rule-actor to.
We'll be making some more permission simplifications to our recently launched Automation for Confluence product in the coming weeks.
Thanks for reading, and thank you for your continued support in helping us make our products better!