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Request participants tickets are not appearing on customer portal



We're trying to make a customer portal user participant on different tickets, but he's not able to see them in any kind of way. I've done some testings and seems like no one can see the tickets they are participants of.

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I've checked security levels of them and at least I should be able to see them, my account is jira administrator with all the privilegies to check and see everything. We are adding the users via this section on the tickets:

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I would like the customer portal users to see the tickets that they are participants of. How can I make it possible?

2 answers

Hi @Mario Dominguez , Please make sure that when you go to the portal and click on Requests in the upper right corner, you select All. Then in the list of requests, select the second dropdown list and choose Created by anyone or Where I am a participant.

Have you checked this? Does that work?

Thanks to accept this answer if it does.

Hi @Dave Mathijs i've already tried this but nothing appears :(

Is it possible that there's something configured on the security level scheme?

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Issue security happens on user level, not on customer level in the portal.

Have you gone through the article mention to the right?

Known problems with customer accounts 

If you add a portal-only customer as request participant (so not yourself as an example because of too many permissions), does the reporter see the request participant in his request on the portal?

Yes, the reporter can see the request participants:


Does the request participant have exact the same (customer) permissions as the Requester?

Hey @Mario Dominguez I think the "Request type" field needs to be set for the issue to appear in the portal. May also need to be added to a portal group, but that may just be for creating an issue in the portal.

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