In our company managed project I created a permission scheme where only admins, project leader and users with a specific role for this project can create issues.
Now if a user who doesn't belong to any of these roles is not able to create a story, task or subtask but still he can create epics. Why? And how can I prevent a user from creating epics in a project he doesn't belong to?
Thanks in advance for your support.
I tried to recreate this issue in my environment. This is what I did;
Looks like the ONLY way to stop the user from creating ANY epics from a Scrum backlog is to remove the 'Create Issues' permission from ALL projects. I wonder if there is a better alternative.
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