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What permissions are required to edit Slack integration (subscription)

I set up the Jira-Slack integration between one of the projects and a Slack channel and there is no problem there, but when other people (even project admins) tried to edit the subscription they get "permission denied" message.

So my question is: does only the person who originally set the integration have the permission to edit it, or can I give this permission (per project) to other people?
If so, how do I do that?

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Hi Luka,

For a given subscription, as long as a user has access to both the Jira project and the Slack channel involved, they whould be able to edit the subscription. Is that the case?

Thanks,

David - Product Manager

Yes, it turns out that the user trying to edit the subscriptions didn't "connect" their jira account with slack first. Once they did that it worked as expected.

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