We are using one particular classic project, in which users can create issues and work on them, but only that. They can only see and access issues created by them. Not the ones created by others.
This is super helpful when using JIRA for HR tasks or anything confidential that is only for the eyes of the particular employee.
We have a next gen project where I would like to apply the same permissions, but I am having difficulties setting it up.
There doesn't seem to be an option to let a user see/work on their own issues and no others. Or am I missing something?
First I made a copy of the project's permissions, so I could mess around with them.
I adjusted the permissions so that only the project administrator has access to everything. For the obvious permissions, such as "Browse Projects", "Create Issues", "Transition Issues", etc. I set it up so the project admin, "Reporter" and "Current Assignee" have access. This way people were able to assign the ticket to somebody else and then only that other person being able to view it.
Not sure I did a great job of explaining, so here's a screenshot:
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