Administrators permission for a specific project

According to the documentation, this is not possible, but management wants it confirmed by the community.

Is there any way in which permission could be handed out to a specific user so that he/she can make changes to fields, screens, workflows etc. for ONE project only? (assuming it does not share any of its schemes with another project)





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Not quite.  It is something Atlassian are working on, but it is going to be a long path.

Project admins can deal with users, versions and components, since a very early version of JIRA, and it's not changed since, until JIRA 7.3 took the first step and allows project admins to edit a workflow if the workflow is only used by that project.


Nic, Have there been any developments on this?

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Daniel Eads Community Champion Jun 20, 2017

To follow up on Nic's answer, there is a plugin called Delegated Project Admin Pro for JIRA that takes steps towards providing what is described. Check it out!

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