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How do I limit a group to have access to one project?

I have more or less same question as other has had but still can't find how to do this.

 

We have site X 

Where I added group inHouseDev who shall be able to see all projects

But then we have a group External that I want to limit which projects they see.

 

How do I do this?

Thanks

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Dirk Ronsmans Community Leader May 12, 2021

Hi @Cecilia Tufvesson and welcome to the community,

Limiting the access to a project can be done using the permission scheme.

https://support.atlassian.com/jira-cloud-administration/docs/manage-project-permissions/

I do believe it is not available on Free plan and I'm unsure which one you have.

If you grant a group/user/role the "browse projects" permission they will have access to interact with/see it.

You'll have to see that you don't give the browse project permissions based on application access or "anyone" but really create either a role (which is best practice) for the project or grant the permissions to a specific group/groups

Note that you'll want to check, and probably change the existing permission scheme - the defaults use "any logged-in user", which you will need to remove, so that your external group doesn't get access to projects by that route.

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