I have created a project for customers to submit their issues/bugs. The permissions that have been set are:
This is so customers can create an issue and the issue is then integrated with our system. I created custom fields for Name and details etc. but it says I cannot create an issue as a reporter is required. I thought the "anyone" setting would work. Is there a way to do this without creating a reporter? Or have a default reporter set as an user without having to log in or anonymous user?
Your help would be much appreciated.
You can make the reporter field optional but you might want to capture the person's name, email etc.
Depending on your use case, you might want to use an Issue Collector to allow customers to submit issues directly from your website or application without having to go to JIRA:
Sorry one more question, I have a JIRA Notification for this project that when anonymous user creates an issue a single email address gets that email notification i.e. me, but this is not working. Do you know why? It says under Notifications>Single Email Address "Notifications will be sent only for public issues. Public issues are issues which have a Permission scheme that gives the 'Browse Projects' permission to 'Anyone'(any non-logged-in users)". I have given anyone access to create an issue but not browse. Can I still be notified somehow?
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