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Hi a bit of background. I'm on a team of JIRA system administrators and we get a bunch of requests that should go to Project Admins. I'd ideally like to see if there is a feature, query, link, or dashboard that will allow users to see who the project admin is for a given Project. Is this a thing that exists or do any of you think there is a relatively simple custom build that can pull this information and display it somewhere on the JIRA interface?
Obviously as a sys admin, I can see this information in the Users and Roles section of the project settings. But I'd like for non-admins to see who their project admin is and reach out to them for support instead of my team.
While this isn't a confluence thread, the same thing would go for Confluence.
You could create a directory into Confluence using Scriptrunner for jira and create rest endpoint but it a lot for this in my humble opinion.
You could also use the REST API and retrieve the data you need to put it in a place available for all users (intranet...)
Users must know you are their project lead unless they working for a enormous project you can always know who is in charge.
There is no inbuilt feature to know you is the project lead unfortunately. But as i said when user enter in a projet he mist know who is the project lead or ask around him.
what can be do is to ask all projects to create a confluence page inside their space with all the basic informations like the name of the project lead, scrum master, what is the goal of the project...