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Can asset management be project specific?

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Apr 20, 2023

We are two sister companies who need to share some information, but not to all members in each of our companies.

We had originally set up one instance of JIRA SM, with a project for one company, and a project for the other company. We had hoped we could put our own assets under each company, so under each project. But now I think it's not possible to limit certain assets to a project, and others to another?

For instance if I was working in one project, I wouldn't want to see the assets related to the other project when working as they would be irrelevant.


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Hi Sam,

At least for JSM cloud and Assets, you can create independent schemas with their own permissions, so yes you can do that.

You could have ProjectA Schema and ProjectB Schema and apply different permissions and map the different fields to the relevant project in JSM.

You can apply permissions down to the object level as well.

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