How to make issue type viewable by specific person or group?

Assume I have a company with 3 branches (e.g. Berlin, Paris and London). I have 1 recruitment project in JIRA with 3 possible issue types (like above. Let's say "RecBerlin", and so forth). Now I want to create 3 groups that will have access to 1 issue type each (people in Berlin will have access to "RecBerlin" issue type, and so forth). Is that possible to achieve? Could someone give a step-by-step tutorial? I've tried to do it myself but I've got lost in these permission schemes. Thanks in advance

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Hi Jan,

i would recommend to use an issue security scheme for your project.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver071/configuring-issue-level-security-802592414.html

 

You would need to set 3 security levels (e.g. Berlin, Paris and London) and then set the correct security level based on issue type.

i.e. when Issue of type RecBerlin is created then set security level "Berlin".

 

Cheers,

Alex

Yep, there is no "issue type" permissions for this, issue types are part of a project, and the project determines permissions.  So, your options are either three different projects, or what Alex wrote up.

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