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How to disable create sprint / start sprint button to particular group in particular board?

Hi team,

I have multiple boards in a single project, now I want to restrict only one particular board to just create sprint /start sprint but they can view the board for checking the backlogs only. 

Example scenario:

project: A --->03 boards --- visible to GROUP A, and Administrators

Board X, Board Y, and Board Z

  • The requirement is to restrict/disable create sprint and start sprint buttons to   GROUP A but GROUP A can view the boards and their backlogs.

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Jeroen Poismans
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May 04, 2023 • edited


Since the boards are showing the same issues or at least issues beloning to the same project, the boards follow the permissions on that project. The Manage sprint permission is a project permission and can not be set board by board.

You can however grant this permission to a group, but then they wont be able to start / stop sprints on all the boards of that project. You can do this by granting / ungranting the Manage sprints on the project.

Best practice here is to use project roles, then assigning the roles to permissions in the permission schemes.

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