I get the following error message when I try: You must be a Tempo user to use Tempo epic JQL filter.
But if I give the person jira-developer access it works fine. How do they get access without having to add them to the jira-developer group?
Well, there is no Tempo Permission available anymore. At least I do not see it. I've read it in the doc, but when I do a g + g then start typing Tempo, I only get Tempo Teams and Tempo Roles. I added the group in as a role, but that doesn't seem to work either. We use the cloud hosted version of JIRA.
For OnDemand users, portions of the Tempo add-on are already active. By default, as some have already mentioned, the permissions are set to administrator and jira-developers.
You need to temporarily activate the Tempo add-on, then go to Tempo Permissions and add jira-users to the Tempo Time tracking permissions.
After saving the change, you can unsubsribe/disable to Tempo add-on and all users should now see the result of JQL queries using tempoEpicIssues.
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