Hide unconnected JIRA features

How does one hide unconnected JIRA OnDemand features, such as the Release menu item for Versions that states it requires Bamboo (not installed / not using) and the Reviews tab for Issues that states it requires Crucible (not installed / not using)?

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For the Crucible reviews tab, go to Manage add-ons, find the Fisheye plugin. Expand it's details and you should see 'x of 91 modules enabled'. Click on that plus sign and find "Crucible Issue Tab Panel" then click Disable.

Not sure about the Bamboo one and am not in a position to test it sorry. It's listed under System plugins and is probably a similar thing with disabling one of the modules. Report back if you find out which one.

Had to get support to disable Bamboo plugin because it's a System plugin, but the general idea is the same. Thanks!

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