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Hello  I want to use the jira status property - jira.issue.editable = true for myself i.e for just

Hello 

I want to use the jira status property - jira.issue.editable = true for myself i.e for just one person. is this possible or it works just for a particular project role/group.

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Joe Pitt Community Leader Mar 25, 2021

Using ANY property for an individual is a very bad idea. That means the workflow has to be edited if that person leaves the company or you want to have a backup for when they go on vacation. By using a role or group you can easily change the required person. 

Hello @Joe Pitt ,

I need the above property because I am using an automation rule that has my name as the actioner. I don't want anyone to edit the issue except myself as I want that rule to bypass all the workflow conditions/post function/property. How can use this property to set the edit function to just myself

Joe Pitt Community Leader Mar 26, 2021

@Priyanka khare I don't know. I've never tried to use a property for an individual user. I still think it is a bad idea. When you leave, and you will someday, you're leaving two time bombs, the automation rule with your name and the property with it. 

Hi @Priyanka khare ,

you can add the following property to your restricted status:

  • Key: jira.permission.edit.user
  • Value: yourUsername

However, I'm with @Joe Pitt doubting this really is a 'best practice' approach.

May I ask which action this automation rule is supposed to perform or how exactly your use case is?

Cheers
Thorsten

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