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"User condition" which is based on Role or Permission?

In Jira Automation or JQL, is it possible to match issues based on the role or permission of the user.

Such as with the "User Condition", "Advanced Compare Condition", or other option?

e.g. User condition:

  • - User: User who triggered the event
  • - Check to perform: User has permission
  • - Criteria: Move issues

Or "User is in role".

p.s. maybe possible in JQL with ScriptRunner?

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Mark Chaimungkalanont
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Jun 28, 2020

Hey there Sean,

You can 't check for permissions directly but you check for a user's role using the user condition.


Hope that helps!


Mark C

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