as the title suggests, i´m looking for a way to allow project admins to edit workflows.
I read somewhere that it´s a new feature since a few days and I would like to know where to find this setting. I hope its also available in 7.3...
Project level administration
We've extended the project administrators permission, so that project administrators can now edit their projects workflow under certain conditions:
The project admins will not be able to edit the workflow to the same extent as a JIRA administrator. The restrictions are:
This feature is enabled by default. When you upgrade to JIRA Software 7.3, all your project administrators will have access to this feature immediately. To edit a workflow, a project administrator should select Project settings in their project's sidebar, and select an issue type. This will present the workflow, and Edit Workflow will be available.
yes, there are 2 workflows and both are not shared with any other projects. Also, none of them are jira default workflows.. so that really confuses me why it isnt working.
Edit: I just saw that the permission scheme is shared by 5 projects and that its a default permission scheme. But that has nothing to do with the workflows. Or is it also relevant that the permission scheme has to be separate from the other projects?
Sorry Nic, I dont understand what you mean then :-(
The project admin can see all the workflows that are available in that project. He can see the different types of processes i.e. Project, specification, feedback, bug, task etc.. but cant edit them at all, the option to do so isnt there in the first place..
As I mentioned earlier, the edit button / link is not there. So no, it does not appear.
No, there are only 2 workflows in the project and none is shared with another project.
In other projects where the workflows are shared there is a note saying "Workflow shared with 6 projects etc.).
But not the two from the mentioned project, they are unique to it.
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