How can I make my Jira project accessible for viewing without allowing edits

George-Marian Lupu March 1, 2024

Hello! I'm new to Jira and currently using a Standard paid plan. My goal is to make my project accessible to anyone who's logged in, without inviting them to have access to the board or allowing them to edit any project items or information.

After conducting research, I enabled the public option for "Browse Project." However, when accessing the project link with another Atlassian account, I still encounter an access pop-up message.

In essence, I want this project, which serves as my portfolio, to be easily accessible for people to view the work I've done at any time.Screenshot 2024-03-01 201235.pngScreenshot 2024-03-01 201402.png

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George-Marian Lupu March 1, 2024

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Kian Stack Mumo Systems
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March 1, 2024

@George-Marian Lupu

 

It appears that you have not given this account a Jira license. This gets into a weird scenario where this user is not "anonymous" because they are signed in and Atlassian knows who they are, but they also don't have permissions to your Jira.

 

You'd need to check the link without being signed in at all and see if that works.

 

 

George-Marian Lupu March 1, 2024

Just did the scenario when I'm accessing the link without being signed in and the application pop-ups with a "Log in" window

Kian Stack Mumo Systems
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March 1, 2024

Is that permission scheme active on a project?

George-Marian Lupu March 1, 2024

The current permission scheme (which has public enabled for browse projects) is active on my main project I am talking about. (Check screens to the latest reply)

Kian Stack Mumo Systems
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I just tested the same sort of configuration on a test instance and exactly what you have seems to work for me.

 

Did you open it in an incognito tab?

George-Marian Lupu March 1, 2024

That's right! I used that scenario in incognito. Is that the problem?

Kian Stack Mumo Systems
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March 1, 2024

No, it shouldn't be. That's the exact scenario I used.

George-Marian Lupu March 1, 2024

Now I even tried to create a new scheme and assign the new one to the project. It has the same problem

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