I have given access to the user for the Jira software board, but their telling they are getting error like this “It seems this board doesn't have an assigned location. You can ask your board administrator to assign it to a project or user.”
I have checked the assigned location for the board and that I can see.
Could you please tell me the remedy.
Where I can check if the users are working in multiple projects ?
now I am checking settings one other guy who have already get accessed for this project, here I can see this guy who have already added in the jira-software-projects groups and the rest of who have don't access for this project they are added in different group.
Suppose if I changed their group in to the the jira-software-projects groups what will happen the all jira software projects have accessible to them or how? which means if they are working in multiple projects?
pls let me know if you could not understand this then I can explain more..
Hi @Jineesh V - sorry, I never saw your response above. The jira-software-projects group is not a standard group created with your instance. So that means it was added by a Jira Adminisrator for your instance.
So, that means that I have no idea how that group is used. It is most likely a generic group used to grant access to users to the standard projects in your instance. So if you take a user out of that group, they will probably lose access to any number of projects. But that might be what you want in this case.
The best think I can tell you is try it and see. It is easy enough to add them back to the group and no data should be lost.
@burns_beaver - without seeing details it is hard to tell you. But you should go through the permission scheme attached to the project and use the permission helper to see if the user has access to a particular permission - probably Browse Project is a good one.
Then do the same thing on other projects that the user should not have access to.
actually this project can see the other members in the same project. only a specific members are not accessible..
👋 Hi there Jira Community! A few months ago we shared with you plans around renaming epics in your company-managed projects. As part of these changes, we highlighted upcoming changes to epics on...
Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!Find an event
Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!
Unfortunately there are no Community Events near you at the moment.Host an event
You're one step closer to meeting fellow Atlassian users at your local event. Learn more about Community Events