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Link to roadmap

How do I share a link to my roadmap?  I can't use the "share" button because the link it generates is view only.  I want to be able to share a link so my collaborators can edit. 

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Michael Yaroshefsky - Visor for Jira
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Oct 26, 2023

Hi @Jeff Matson


By chance, are you on a free version of Jira or the premium plan?

On the free plan, you can add collaborators but they won't be able to edit your work. You'll see know you're on this plan if you only see a message that project roles aren't editable. 

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On the premium plan, which is a bit pricy, Jira allows you to assign roles to people you collaborate with and it will look like this:
Jira's Premium plan.png 

Alternatively, you can an app like Visor (which is free) that securely connects to your Jira data and creates customized roadmaps, where you can invite collaborators. (You have options to make them an owner if you want to give editing access)

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