I am working on creating some filters that I would like to share. I definitely have the ability to share as I've added certain groups. However I have one group that I cannot add to the share.
I'm assuming this is some issue with permissions for the group but I'm not quite sure what they're missing. I gave them Browse Projects permission but no others as I want to keep it as limited as possible. Is there some other project level permission the group needs.
I want to add bfi-dallas group.
This is what shows in the filter listHere is when I edit the filter.Here is the one permission bfi-dallas has.
When I try to add I get a no group found message.
As the documentation say, you need to be in the the group that you want to share the filter with.
That is very annoying.
As an administrator I shouldn't be member of each group or project role, I need to share a filter or a dashboard with.
In these cases "sharing" actually means "granting access".
I am a consultant customizing Atlassian Cloud environments for my customers.
I can't be member of their "all eployees" group, which is also synced from their AD. But I need to grant access to filters for this group all the time.
Howdy, I've been having similar issues but with Roles not Groups. https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Jira-questions/Can-t-Add-Specific-Role-to-Filter-Shares-v2/qaq-p/1653839
No offense, but isn't what Edwin describes 3 threads above a complete hack? Why do I have to be a part of a Roles pool in order to assign a Filter Share (Viewer or Editor) for a given Role, (esp since I 1. own the project 2. am project lead 3. have myself set in the Administrators Role)? Shouldn't any of 1 ~ 3 allow me to set the Filter Shares as I see fit?
What efforts are being made to fix this bug? I would not consider this issue Solved.