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Is there a way to hide the Action Button when no action is available?

Is there a way to hide the Action Button when no action is available?

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iDa Khoshvaght
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Mar 28, 2023

Hello VJ,

Unfortunately, it is not currently possible to remove or hide that "Actions" button, Our Automation team is evaluating the comments from customers at the AUTO-635 to decide the next steps on this feature, it will be really helpful to get your thoughts about it directly at the AUTO-635 Feature Request.

We're tracking interest in making this configurable (so customers can enable/disable it as needed) here:

We suggest you add yourself as a watcher on that page to follow up on its progress and hit the “Vote for this issue” button to help raise its visibility within our Development and Product Management teams.

We really appreciate it if you can share any context on why you'd like to hide the quick actions option, and how it affected your team on the comment section of that feature request.

The question is, who is responsible for forcing users into new "features"? Nobody likes that style, it's just unprofesssional. And why does your automation team decide about placing new buttons where they want to? UI designers and usability professionals should decide about such things.

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Suggestion for JIRA developers: in "project features" setting, add a checkbox to disable this feature.

In that prominent place it is absolutely disturbing and super annoying. Dozens of users ask now for what it is good for... we dont use it! 

Please remove or let admins hide it!

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Marcos Milanesio
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Mar 28, 2023

I was looking for some options in permission schemes. The only option I found is that if the user does not have administrator privileges, they will be able to see the actions button without the possibility of creating an automation button. Also, the actions button is visible.

I'm also trying to hide it but haven't found a way yet.

It's quite prominent and we don't use it at all.

Yes, it's creating confusion to the users.

Still hoping there's a way to hide it.

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