Development Field in Jira Cloud

Sanal Karippidi Puthiyapurayil April 1, 2022

I've a project that don't use any Git repo. In the Project Features - Code is already in disabled state. But in my tickets, the field "Development" is still reflecting. Please see attachment. 

 

Can you please help me to hide/disable that fieldimage.png

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Yi Meng February 27, 2024

You can also edit issue layout and move the 'Development' from context field to hide when empty section. In this way, development and release will be invisible if there is no value. 

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Fabio Racobaldo _Herzum_
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April 1, 2022

Hi @Sanal Karippidi Puthiyapurayil ,

welcome to the Atlassian community!

If you are talking about a company-managed project, you can hide development menu just removing all users/groups/roles from "View Development Tools" in you project permission scheme.

Please, ensure that your are not sharing that permission scheme otherwise you will impact all the other project. If the permission scheme is shared, my suggestion, is to create a new permission scheme as copy of the current, remove that permissions and  assign it to your project.

it should solve your issue.

Fabio

Sanal Karippidi Puthiyapurayil April 1, 2022

I tried unchecking the "access development". But the members in the group still can see the "development" field in the jira.

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FYI  - I'm a project owner/admin, I don't have permission on entire site.

Fabio Racobaldo _Herzum_
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April 1, 2022

ok @Sanal Karippidi Puthiyapurayil , you are talking about a team-managed project.

You need to create new role (as you did) because you can't edit the default roles Administrator, Member, Viewer and remove Access development toos (as you did). 

After doing that you need to associate users/groups to the new role created.

Please take a look there :

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So the development panel will not appear for that user that new role

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this should address you on the right way.

Fabio

Sanal Karippidi Puthiyapurayil April 1, 2022

yes, this is what exactly I did. All my team mates are now in the new group. But for some weird reason, its not working as intended. Anything else do I need to look?

Fabio Racobaldo _Herzum_
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April 1, 2022

Please verify that you teammates are just in the new role. They should not able to view the development panel.

If you are administrator, you will continue to view that link.

Sanal Karippidi Puthiyapurayil April 1, 2022

Looks like still no luck. The person I'm testing with is associated with the new group which I created. Not sure whats happening. @atlassiansupport  is there anything we can look further?

Fabio Racobaldo _Herzum_
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April 1, 2022

I performed a test on my cloud instance so I don't think that is a bug but just an error on configuration

Could you please share your role configuration?

Sanal Karippidi Puthiyapurayil April 6, 2022

Yes, sounds like something is wrong. Let me connect with my admin.

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