I have an Security project in Jira the project is used by multiple groups so I have some Sensitive issue that i don't want to View that Sensitive issues for other Users/Groups . So I want a Hide( Button/Check mark or any-other) on my issue Create/Edit screen to Hide that particular Issue that i have created. If I select that Option that issue was able to View for only for Reporter,Assignee and the Group that i have assigned in the Issue.
Is that Possible to do that If it is Can any one suggests me please and do let me know.
@Fadoua The Issue Security Scheme that i have configured I assigned to my project so now whoever creating a new issue by other Groups in the project is only view by Assigne, reporter, And the Group that assigned In that Issue.
So what I'm asking means if I had a Hide button on Screen if anybody from any group members if they want don't want see that Sensitive Issue if they click on Hide that particular issue was NOT View by Others. The rest of the issues which is not Sensitive can able to VIEW for all Thats what I need @Fadoua
I Hope now you got what exactly I'm requesting
You can add multiple users User/Group/Project Role to Issue Security Level. Click add, add the item, save, add again until all user items you need have permission.
default sets a security level for al newly created issues. Be careful with default, since you could shut out some users from new issues if the Security Level ist too strict.
You will not have a "hide button" but you will be able to change the security level on the issues, and effectively hide the issue with this from users. You can also have the Security Level Screen on the creation screen.
Be sure you have Set Issue Security in the project, else you will not be able to set the Security Level. Only user with Set Issue Security can change the level and "hide" issues.
All details can be found in the Documentation @Fadoua linked you I hope this helps.
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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