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Is there a way to lock views?

We are configuring a JPD with many pre-configured views for specific purposes. Is there any way to restrict who can edit those views?

In our use case, we have many people that need to be able to edit fields but not necessarily change which fields are visible. It's okay if they make their own view, but some views need to be defined and set.

Right now, any member can change view settings, so if they open one called "Ideas by Rank" and then apply a sort option, it no longer is by rank. This can be very confusing for our stakeholders.

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Tanguy Crusson
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Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Apr 04, 2023

@Brock Jolet you can try turning this toggle off:

Screenshot 2023-04-04 at 12.01.40.png

This is a great start. Thank you.

I would still like to be able to assign permissions per view.

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+1 for being able to protect views to be editable only by named individuals (similar to filters in Jira SD)

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