Easiest/best way to have permission to create/edit versions in projects

Here's the scenario:

I want to make it so that a few users have the ability to create/edit versions in their projects, but I don't want to turn them into admins. Also, I'm already using the Project Lead (of which you can only have one, per project) on another user.

I tried creating a Project Role, and I associated that with the right users under the right projects. BUT, how do I actually set the permissions to allow for having all of the abilities they have as regular users + the ability to create/edit versions?

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Steven Behnke Community Champion Jun 21, 2016

Users must have the Administer Project permission in order to create versions in a project. This permission would need to be assigned to your custom role.

Thank you. Can you walk me through how/where I assign this permission to my new project role?

I think I figured it out...

 

Administration > Issues > Permission Schemes > under Administer Projects I added my new project role (now Admins and my new role have this permission)

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