We have three projects in our account. We want only one user can access one project.
User A can only see Project 1
User B can only see Project 2
User C can only see Project 3
I have gone through this ( https://confluence.atlassian.com/download/attachments/953142266/How%20to%20restrict%20project%20access%20for%20teams%20in%20Jira%20Cloud.mp4 ) video and tried below things
I am not sure if that is the issue that I get all permission schemes under the Default software scheme and I do not find any way to keep only one project there.
Also looks like the default group user is added to the Default software scheme. If I chose not to add them there then the user gets "You don't have access to any service desks."
You don't "restrict" people from access to Jira, it is a lot easier to think of it as "allow"
For a very simple case that you describe, I would
This solves for the very simple case above. It's not a lot of use, as I know your description is intended to get the basics clear, but it shows the principles - if you want someone to see a project, grant them permission to do it. If they should not see a project, do not let them in.
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