We use Confluence Calendars to share out our release plan. We started dynamically pulling these values from the Fix/Version within JIRA, though we determined that anyone who isn't a "Project Admin" could not see the results in the calendar. I want to avoid granting elevated permissions to business users who just want to see the release calendar...is this possible? If so, what role offers read-only access to fix/versions?
I don't think you can lock access to fix versions.
What I would do instead is to restrict the page that contains the calendar to only the project admin group. This way you don't need to worry about changing anything in the jira project side.
Hi - Thanks very much for your reply. My issue is actually the opposite, as I do not want to lock it down...I want the calendar to be public, becoming accessible to viewers outside of the Project admins. I found that Confluence users outside of this admin group could not see the Release Calendar even in read-only state.
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