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We are trialling Jira Product Discovery for idea management in our organisation.
Our user roles and permissions are:
Contributor (can create an idea and edit their own idea, view other ideas, vote, comment, etc)
Creator (Jira default)
Administrator (Jira default)
Viewer (can view ideas but cannot create, vote, comment)
We want to set permissions so that when an idea is created, the status is set to To Be Reviewed and no users except the contributor who has created the idea and the system Creator and Administrator can see the idea in the list. That is, Contributors and Viewers cannot see ideas created by other users until the status is changed from To Be Reviewed to Being Reviewed.
We have created the workflow:
I have tried to restrict viewing using the following rule:
This rule seemed to cause issues for all newly created ideas, for all users.
Is setting a rule here the best way to achieve this functionality and how should I frame the rule?
Using this method, can I discern between the Contributor that created the idea and other contributors?