@Hans-Hermann Hunfeld, is the Customer that opened the issue able to see the issues they created? Unless the issues are shared only the Customer that opened the issue will see them. Unsure if that is the scenario here but checking the obvious first.
i checked that twice and even issues being created by me (system admin permissions) are not shown.
Furthermore, i configured the "Customer permissions" to:
So in my expectation anybody should find any issue as the origin use case is to provide company wide support for all Atlassian topics...
@Hans-Hermann Hunfeld, it sure seems something is amiss here. You settings indeed should result in issues being visible to all and the fact that you cannot see your own is troubling and seems to point to a bug. I see in you screen shot you are filtered on open issues. Not that I expect any different results but wondering if you select all requests do you see any issues? Was this working before and stopped recently?
I think at this point it might be wise to open a Support inquiry with Atlassian. In the meantime, maybe other Community members have some ideas?
i also checked to search for any status for sure. Not sure when this stopped or was ever working as we migrated from cloud to server some weeks ago...
The problem is, Atlassian is preventing me from file in a support ticket as Service Desk is only licenced for 3 users (starting licence).
...be more productive while being fun to use at the same time. For some, getting started can be a bit intimidating. This is especially true if Jira Service Desk is your first exposure to Atlassian...
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