In Jira Cloud, I see the below groups but not sure what is the actual difference and use case
Can anyone explain this in simple way where to use which group and why there are so any groups which looks similar on the functionality side
In Jira cloud basically there no Jira System Administrators and Jira Administrators it has only Administer Jira global permission.
The basic group structure is as follow
administrators - Grants access to all applications and their administration features (excluding Site administration)
jira-administrators - Grant access to the administration features of Jira
jira-software-users - Grants access to Jira Software
site-admins - Grants access to all applications, their administration features and Site administration, which includes managing users and bills
atlassian-addons-admin - This group is managed internally by Atlassian Connect and can’t be manipulated via the UI. It should not be possible to modify membership of this group or add it/remove it from the JIRA Administrators global permission.
Hope this will help.
Hello @Ravina Mahajan
This document explains the purpose of the different groups that are default groups created in the JIRA instance.
In this post @Nic Brough _Adaptavist_ offers an explanation of Jira Administrators vs. Site Administrators
In this post @PVS talks about the Trusted User role
Here's another article on the topic:
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