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What truly is an integrated user now

Tess Doris March 27, 2024

Hello all, in the newest refresh of JA, there are some interesting configuration changes for the roles. In the Jira setting, you choose a Team Role as the default; these roles can now create and update the JA data.  Then there is an Integrated role as one of the new JA roles; again, this role and the team role all have update capabilities.   I understood that the "Integrated Roles" 1x4 had to be read-only.   Has this changed?   Here are the permissions for all of the Team Roles that are configured at the team level.  The new Jira settings have the following.  So the question is, can the integrated (4) user now have action items (add/update) assigned to them? 


This goes against the Atlassian

Updated Team Role permissions?  There is no read only role?

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Allan Maxwell
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March 27, 2024

@Tess Doris I've been working with Jira Align for almost five years and I have never heard that the "Integrated" licenses are required to be read-only.  Some organization do make their "default" role read-only but that is their choice and not something required by the license agreement.

Tess Doris March 28, 2024

Interesting. I was trained over 10 years ago, and the integrated use was free if they only viewed details.  

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