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How to restrict editing of certain issue types to specific groups?

Is there a sustainable way to configure a project so that all logged in users can edit sub-tasks in a project, but only users in a particular group can edit the parent-level issues?


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Kian Stack Mumo Systems
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Oct 30, 2023

@Ashley Honeycutt, not really. There are ways to accomplish what you're looking for, but you'd be going outside of how the project permissions are intended to work.

Thank you, @Kian Stack Mumo Systems

That's what I was thinking but I wanted to verify before declining the request. All the approaches I can think of seem like significant work arounds that would be a lot of work to maintain over time.

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