We have an existing Jira Standard Cloud subscription with ~600 users. We are about to start a trial of Jira Premium to evaluate some of the new features. A small evaluation team will run the trial. We don't want regular users to be impacted or to even be aware that it's going on. Is this feasible? Are we able to set permissions in a way that only a small team has visibility of new Jira Premium features?
Specifically I'm thinking of:
* Advanced Roadmaps
* Project Archiving
Are these 3 features governed by their own permissions? If I only give these permissions to a trial set of users, will other users notice any change?
Any info would be appreciated.
Advanced Roadmaps you can limit to specific users, although any administrators on the system will also have access:
Project Archiving will only be visible to to Jira/site administrators
Sandbox will only be visible to site/org (?) administrators
So assuming you are ok with your administrators seeing those options, that probably should let you test those features w/o impacting other users.
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