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How to find Jira Project admins as a regular user?

Hello Team,

I know as a regular user I can find the project lead of the project by going to the Projects section from the blue menu bar. However, sometimes those project leads are inactive and I want to reach out to the rest of the project admins on the project.

I am a regular user and want to know if there is a way for me to find that information per project without going to my Jira system Admins for the data. 

Also would like a way to do this in Confluence if possible. 

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Hi @Jeremy Price , welcome to the Atlassian Community!

Unfortunately it doesn't sound like you will be able to find the information you are looking for without System admin privileges

Jira doesn't really have a way to do this - to see who has project admin rights, you need to be a project admin!

Neverthless, everyone else on the project, the people who asked you to use the project and your system admins will be able to tell you who they are.  Ask the people around you!

Thank you both for those explanations. 

I didn't think it was a possibility but I wanted to check anyways. 

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