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readonly permission

hi

i want get permission to a person that can only read in one project all issues  also user can create issue for him

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Hi @mahya golbaz ,

Welcome to the community.

If you are talking about Bitbucket, you can give read permission to a specific user for project/repository

Project permissions : https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucketserver/using-project-permissions-776639801.html

Repo permissions : https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucketserver/using-repository-permissions-776639771.html

For JIRA perspective, I suggest to create a new global role "Viewer" and grant just "Browse permission" to role "Viewer" in the related permission scheme of your project.

If those users can also create ticket, Viewer should have also Create issue permission.

Hope this helps,

Fabio

hi

thank you for answering but I donot use Bitbucket I only use Jira in our company. could you help me about jira?

for example: I have user x. i want x can creat issue for it but only can view other's projects.

Hi @mahya golbaz ,

as specified in my previous comment, user should have just "Browse Permission" in a project in order to view all issues within the project.

In order to make him as reporter of a ticket, even if another user create that issue on behalf on him, the user should have "Create Issue Permission".

Details about project permission are available at the following link https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver/managing-project-permissions-938847145.html

Fabio

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