I use the new personal task planner board for my to-do list; it helps me track the different workstreams and when items are due (it's great!)
But for some reason, all site users on my business can see the jira project even though I had not added them to it? How can I stop this?
Also, I wondered if there is a way to share a single ticket with someone but not let them see the whole board? So that when I am working on something with someone, they can log in comments information but do not need to see the whole board.
Hello @Harrison Plowright ,
Please check the following scenarios
1. If It team Managed the project, All can able to view this project and Board.
2. If it is company managed project please check the permission scheme of the project and Browse project permission.
3. You can try Board filter Permissions too.
Thank you, I've had a go at setting up the permissions. It seems to be working okay but does not give an option where you can allow a user to view only issues assigned to them. As the browse projects, permission shows the user all issues.
There is something like issue security in permissions, where you can set users and levels to view issues.
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