I would like to find a possibility to optically show that in the browser. Here are some ideas so far:
ver simple: we have 2 kinds of projects in our instance. Internal ones and those which can be accessed be the customers. We would like to visible hightlight these 2 types.
I know that we use project avatars and special project id's which indicates the type but we need a better solution: which is more visible, so somebody could say from 5 metres distance that this is a customer project. I guess can be something be set in the frames or back colour??
Ah, I see, the data you're making the decision on is just an arbitrary "because we said so" flag. (That's not a problem of course, it just was not clear from the description, and I thought the question was about how to identify them as well as highlight them)
Anyway, highlighting them - no, I can't think of an easy and consistent way to do this. I'm not even sure I could design a simple catch-all solution that you could do in a couple of places, you're looking at fiddling with css or panel backgrounds in the core of Jira in several places
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