We want to use JIRA with our software partners, this means we want to have a common project in JIRA where they can see their issues and a scrum board.
On the other hand, we only want them to see their project but not the rest.
To accomplish that we have:
This allows the users in group "sw_partner" to see issues inside "partners" project but don't allow them to see any board nor any other project.
How can I allow them to see the board defined for this "partners" project?
In order to see and use a board, a person must have
I think you need to fix the third point - they need to have "jira-software" permission
To accomplish that, I have created a new group for all internal users that can see all the projects and removed the "any_logged_user" permission on the permission scheme.
Now, external users can only see the projects where the browse project permission is assigned to their group.
The biggest challenge I have faced was updating all users, I have used an API client plugin to perform this.
The only thing left is to assign the internal group by default to a new user, but I don't know how to do it. I'm following instructions that talk about "Global Permission" settings but I'm not able to add this new group as the default one.
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