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I'm currently learning for the ACP-620 but I'm having a hard time understanding the interaction from Access, Permissions and Roles in company-managed vs. team-managed projects.
I came up with the following graphic but I'm still not sure if I have thought about everything.
My question to all certified administrators out there:
Is this graphic kind of completed or am I still missing something? Are there any interactions that you would add? Or do you maybe have a complete graphic that you would be so kind to share?
Any help on this is very much appreciated!
Not sure if this graphic helps, but I've referenced it to help clarify Company-Managed Project permissions. Might be too details for what you want? But I think it does cover "everything".
Nice graphic! and I think that about covers it for Team managed projects, but you could go deeper for Company managed.
For example, You mention Project roles and a permission scheme as concepts, but your graphic doesn't show how those roles represent different levels of access within the same permission scheme.
By doing this you would be able to define the permission scheme to a much deeper level as well as define the roles to a much deeper level.
Hi @Curt Holley,
Thank you so much for your answer.
Since roles can be highly customizable I don't think it would work out in this graphic. The graphic shall give a general overview. I wanted to make sure that my general understanding is covered. However I made a list of all permissions in another chapter to really deep dive.
This graphic is from my Confluence instance. When you click on 'Permissions' you will be directed to a page where I listed all permissions and their definition.
I love this graphic! I've actually recently been working on one similar to this when looking at user management, but I will update it to bring in elements from yours.
As Joanna points out above, the missing piece is the issue-level permission section.
Does your company apply any SSO rules when a new employee is onboarded that would proceed any of these? Just a thought to include that. I have found, in my case, this addition has severely made our permissions more complicated than it needs to be, when it was supposed to help.....I need to make a map like this.....to explain to our folks......
Hi @Svenja Lorenzen ,
We'll have an Atlassian University Live webinar on 21st September on the topic of Managing Permissions in Jira for Cloud, to help with exam preparation for ACP-620 and ACP-120.
The webinar is based on a new free Skillbuilder course called Managing Permissions in Jira Cloud from Atlassian University that will be released on 21st September.
Atlassian University Team
Hi @Svenja Lorenzen , thanks for joining the webinar. The graphic looks very good.
For completeness, you may wish to add information about issue-level security:
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