We have around 15-16 projects in JIRA. For one project only set of people have access. I have created a group for these people and assigned the browse project permission to that group. But these group of people are able to see and access other projects too. How do I restrict them accessing other projects?
Also, we have Zendesk JIRA plugin installed. When these people create JIRA issue from Zendesk it asks to select the project. Here as well I want to restrict other projects to be listed in the dropdown except the one that they have access to.
I am not able to achieve this. Please advice.
Right. I can create different permission schemes for projects. But is there any way I can specify that a specific group should not be able to access a project rather than specifying the groups who can access the projects.
Group G1 should get access to PC project and should not get access to other projects.
Browse permission: PA, PB, PD, PE != G1
It is more convenient to add to G1 than to other groups that are created.
Permissions are tricky at the best of times, but JIRA has me confused. It's almost like I can start modifying permissions in twenty different locations - with little commonality or clear method of progress.
We're in a similar situation to the OP. We have around seven projects, of which I want to assign specific people to be able to see, edit and add tasks to. But I don't know what or where is the best place to start?
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