I am having issues trying to pull in an additional projects (with viewing only one assignee) into another projects Kanban.
I have been asked to represent a Kanban for a team's board which includes the Managers tickets from their Management project board. In this example Todd Mathews is the Manager of Team A, but is a leader which works across other management boards.
Project = Senior Management Projects- SM (Assignee - Todd Mathews) & Management Projects - MA (Assignee - Todd Mathews)
Project - Team A
Current JQL Filter
project = Team A OR project in (SM,MA) AND assignee = "Todd Mathews" ORDER BY Rank ASC
We have set up access in groups where the whole department is part of Operations.
The issue is that users of the Operations group can't view the Kanban board (doesn't display), but I can see the Kanban board (all tickets, including Todd Mathews tickets from SM & MA).
Any guidance would be helpful.
Thanks for the response Trudy. The Permission Scheme for the Projects is consistent across the boards with Browse Project Access based on Project Role (Users).
Also, when I remove the reference to "OR project in (SM,MA) AND assignee = "Todd Mathews" the Operations Users can view the Kanban.
Do the Operations users get any sort of error when trying to view the board? What do they actually see, if anything (screen header, navigation pane, error message, ...)?
Has any sort of Issue Security been implemented in the SM and MA projects?
Can youget an Operations user to test using the filter directly, not through the kanban board, and see if they get results?
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