When my users are browsing their JIRA issues, on the main screen they see tabs for review and source. Clicking on them shows an ad for a 30 day trial. When clicking on hide this tab, my users are then taken to an administrative screen.
They cannot remove these tabs unless they are administrators.
How can I remove the review and source tabs for all my JIRA users, without them having to be admins?
If you want to limit the usage of FishEye/Crucible to certain users, you may limit which users that able to see the tabs by associating them to the View Version Control permission of the projects. Thus, if you do not want certain users to see the tab, please remove the user's groups/project roles from that permission. Also, you can try to disable the following modules for FishEye plugin via Administration > Systems > Plugins > FishEye Plugins:
That doesnt help me as I dont have Fisheye or Crucible set up.... but those tabs still show for the user groups , and I have also disabled developer tools for all users. What now? "this is the message i have... There are currently no Application Links configured between this JIRA installation and a FishEye or Crucible server"
Hello...so, I added a 'Contact' Field for Issue creation and it worked fine except it didn't appear in the Status view of the Task after creation if you didn't initially select a Contact to add....in the process of trying to change this behaviour I received a message that I needed to re-index. Since that time in all of the Tasks a *really annoying Tab is there for Fisheye and one for Crucible. Where did these come from and how can I get rid of them? "Hide this Tab" doesn't work but I really don;t want them to appear in the first place and do not want to have to always select Hide Tab....Thanks.
I’m a designer on the Jira team. For a long time, I’ve fielded questions from other designers about how they should be using Jira Software with their design team. I’ve also heard feedback from other ...
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