I have a Jira cloud instance with a number of projects.
I've created a new project 'Project X' that I want to restrict access to, only allowing a subset of users to see the contents... or even know its there.
but I'm not convinced it's directly related to my question.
Can anyone point me in the right direction please?
Thanks @Jorden_Van_Bogaert I don't have "users and Roles" in my cloud instance, but I do believe I've solved the issue.
For anyone struggling with the same problem this is how i fixed it;
Now, only members of Project X Users can access the project.
Glad you have a fix; Although your approach is definitely valid and works just fine, just keep in mind that it is less scale able and therefor Atlassian urges everyone to use the Project Roles in permission schemes rather than the groups.
But again, your approach should work just fine :)
Hello @Leigh_Moore ,
the article you mentioned should help you with that for classic project - Jorden also provided more brief version of that.
In case you need to set that up for next-gen project, just follow these steps:
All the permissions of next-gen roles can be found here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirasoftwarecloud/overview-of-permissions-in-next-gen-projects-959283605.html
Hope that helps.
There are a couple of simple steps:
Now only the group (and therefor the users in the group) will be able to see the project.
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