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Is there a group that represent all users with access to the site?

I wonder if any group can represent all users that have access to the site but not specifically to any product.

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Hi @Joan Andreu Juan Torrens 

There's not a "group", just the members. However, if I may ask what problem you are trying to solve it might help with some ideas.

Take care,

Michael

Hello @Michael Simmons 

My purpose was to use a custom field users pick that could retrieve all users with access to the site. As for now I use a group created by ourselves that is given to all users and then I give this group a project role.

It is working, but we have to give that group to all new users.

 

And many thanks for your interest !

Hi @Joan Andreu Juan Torrens 

Can you not use the default Jira group (or whatever group you use to give people access to Jira)?

Michael

No @Michael Simmons because some of them just have access to the site, not to any product. 

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@Joan Andreu Juan Torrens I'm afraid there is no way to show non-Jira users in Jira.  Perhaps you could write some custom code, but other than that I'm afraid what you want to do is not possible within Jira.  Sorry!

Michael

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