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We have a Jira management board, and want to provide access to all users' a way of logging tickets to the board without having full access.
Due to the nature of this form emailing requests is not an option.
Any help around this would be greatly appreciated I am aware there is no portal option like there is jira service management but if anyone can supply a workaround that would be great.
Hi @Mihir Ruparelia - You want to ensure the following access is set on your permission scheme:
You won't be able to use a custom form as you would with JSM or 3rd party apps, but this would allow the users to hit the "Create" button on the nav bar and create an issue on your project.
@Mark Segall many thanks for the reply. I looked at the Create Issues permission scheme, but looks like its not available for the Free plan so we would have to upgrade?
Are you saying that we would not be able to create a form with our custom and required fields?
Apologies - I stand corrected. I was thinking you were talking about a Jira Software board. Work Management is not my strong suit so I'll let another member of the community respond. Again, apologies for confusion.
@Mark Segall Is it possible to transfer or convert a Jira work management to a JSM? We're trying to set up a Project for finance approvals, users will request good or services.
We need the customer facing side for users who can log and raise requests, and the admin side for management.
Any advise on how to do this would be greatly appreciated.
Once a project is created you cannot convert it to another type of project. You would have to create a new project and move relevant issues over.
However, I'd wait for another community member with more experience in Work Management to chime in. I think it is possible to create and use forms in Work Management. I just played with it a bit in my test environment, but not enough yet to provide a definitive response on the matter.
Many thanks Mark, appreciate the reply. For us the last step is getting this user experience in place.
We've had got around this by creating a Service Project.
The premise will be a ticket is logged in Service Project A and using Automation it will be moved to Work management project A.
We have a very specific requirement in that when the ticket moves to the work management project, the Approvers field needs to be updated automatically, HOWEVER it should be auto populated based on what is in the Department Field.
I have the automation working where a ticket is created in the Management board, but I cannot seem to get the Approvers field to auto update.
Any help would be great.