There are three kinds of admins in Jira Cloud. You should choose the one, you want to grant:
site-admins - these users can manage billing, users, restore Jira and so on. You grant the site-admins permission by including a user to the site-admins group.
Jira administrators - they can create projects, create backups, manage workflow schemes and so on. You can grant Jira administrator to a user by including this user to any group, which is defined for the Administer Jira permission in the Global permissions. You can find more info about Global permissions here:
Project administrators - these users can create components, versions in a project. They have limited permissions to edit workflows, screen. They can assign users to roles. If you want to make a user as a Project administrator, you should grant the Administer Project permission to this user in the project permission scheme. You can find more info on project permission schemes here:
I have multiple projects that use variations of the same base workflow. The variations depend on the requirements of the project or issue type. The variations mostly come in the form of new statuses ...
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