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How can I restrict configuring columns in Jira Structure? For example, making columns editable only for Jira administrators. I tried to add restrictions by Manage Structure and Manage Views but it didn't help.
Thank you in advance.
Hi @Fariz Aliverdiyev ,
Dmitrii with ALM Works here.
You're actually on the right track!
To restrict editing columns in Structure Cloud go to 'Manage Structures' - 'Configure' and grant 'View' permission to a specific group. This particular group will be able to add columns to a structure, but editing would be impossible. Owner of a structure always have 'Control' permission (full control of a structure). You can grant 'Edit' or 'Edit generators' permission to your Jira Administrators.
I think this article about permissions in Structure Cloud should prove useful. It will give you an idea of how to distinguish access levels in other scenarios.
Hope this helps!
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