Our POs frequently look at Jira Screens together with customers, e.g. for discussing details of issues. We also track our working time per issue in Jira. We don't want the customer to see this information.
If the customer logs into the system the permission scheme denies access to this information for the customer. The problem is that if they work together with the PO on an issue by screen sharing, the information is displayed because the PO is logged in and has the required permission.
The solution that came to our mind is to introduce a toggle button or check box "Data Privacy" in the main tool bar of Jira. If this button is activated during a screen sharing session, we want to use ScriptRunner to hide certain fields in any project. Hiding is supported by Jira/ScriptRunner, but we are not sure how about the following:
- Is it possible to place (with ScriptRunner) a toggle button/checkbox in the main toolbar of Jira?
- Is it possible to read out the state of the toggle button from a Groovy script?
- Is it possible to make the state of the toggle button a little bit more persistent, e.g. in a Cookie so that it keeps its state during a browser reload?
Thanks in advance for any hint
Though not among the most straightforward things to do as I feel there is lack of sample documentation for this kind of examples. May be contact someone from plugin support for samples.
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