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Release Permission

Hello, 

I have extended Admin user rights for my project in Jira which gives me the permission to make and edit releases. However I need to allow my team to also make releases and edit them. Is it possible to just allow permission to make and edit releases without having full extended admin rights?   

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Jack Brickey Community Leader Jun 16, 2022

The users would need Administer project permissions. Here is a guide to permissions - managing-project-permissions . Maybe the extended team can get by with less?

You must to give the "Manage Versions" permission to the members of your team.

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