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It's a premium feature. And if you move to premium, then back to standard, you can still see the archived projects. But can't archive more projects.
That's so absurd. Looking at the differences between standard and premium, archiving is literally the only feature my company would use, but it's double the price. I hate feeling like the software I'm using is trying to manipulate me into purchasing higher packages than I truly need just to get features that should be standard.
i don't think require extra space, imho, it should cost less, since you could use a colder storage line for them... This is a basic feature that should be in the standard package, it doesn't add any value, it is just removing some noise to the user. And a user which feels disturbed, and has to by Premium his peace, i would say it is not a nice business strategy.
Agree. Cleaning up clutter and keeping history just in case (this is a business solution, so many times required to maintain history for audit purposes) is what I was looking for. Things are getting very cluttered and many internal users asking to clean things up and getting annoyed to the point where they are starting to look at other solutions.
Not my job to go to every project and figure out how to archive properly. So I am not taking on that responsibility for every team that uses JIRA. The teams are not hiring people or spending more money just to figure this out. So things are getting cluttered. I just want a simple button to archive/unarchive. :)
You would need to create a project permission scheme. This permission scheme must not grant any permissions to anyone. In this case the project will be invisible.
You can find more info here:
Go to Hiding project part.
this seems to be a nice a nice solution. However, we would like to hide the project itself from the users, but the logged hours in the project still should be visible. Should add users groups and roles for the following sections:
- View All Worklogs
- View Issue Hours
Or do you have a better solution for that?