I have tried to apply the method described here to archive a project online (applying an empty permission scheme). However, the project still appears in the project list of administrators, although they cannot access its issues. Is there a way to remove it from this list completely?
Thanks. However, I can still see the project in the "Browse projects" list, which is quite annoying because the list gets crowded. Furthermore, when I click the name of the project, I get a page saying that the content of the project cannot be accessed, so it sounds like a bug to me.
I contacted support; Atlassian are now aware of the issue (sounds like the documented method broke with the recent UI update), and it has been raised as a feature request:
They've also recommended voting on the case to show that there's interest in it.
By definition, an admin needs to be able to get to the administration section of a project, whatever state it is in, or they can't do their job.
You should find they can't see the project anywhere else, but admins need at least the admin section.
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