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How to list all JIRA user groups from the GUI?


I managed it from the REST API with:


 but can I do it from the GUI?

Hopefully without admin powers.

No need to show which users are in that group, that has already been asked at:

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It's kind of infuriating for there to be a `membersOf` function but not have auto-listing of groups that are candidate arguments for that function. That lack is my primary interest in having _some_ easy way of merely listing the names of the groups in the instance. This is turning my writing of a report JQL query from a 1-minute task into a enormous ordeal.

But thanks for the API query; that made my day!

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Jonas Andersson
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Aug 30, 2017


Will show the first 300, increase to 1000 if needed.

Any method that does not require admin, and shows all groups I can view?

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