How can I allow users to edit scheduled issues without making them admins?

I got a response from my JIRA administrator that while anyone who can access a project can create scheduled issues, only administrators can manage those scheduled issues after they've been created (e.g., change the description of all future issues created by the scheduler).

Is there a way around this?

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It's possible that only administrators have premissions to manage Scheduled Issues. JIRA administrators can set permissions from JIRA Administration -> System -> Security -> Scheduled Issue.

The Scheduler versions before 3.2.4 allows to create Scheduled Issues to anyone who can access a project (By creating them from the Issue menu in the top navigation bar). Since 3.2.4 version creation is only possible from Scheduled Issues table.

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