JIRA & Confluence permissions


I have got the license for JIRA & Confluence, I have created 2 projects in JIRA and Confluence. I want to give access for 1 project to 1 client and other project access to 2nd client. but 1st client should not see the 2nd project and 2nd should see the 1st project. how can i set the permissions.


Thanks in advance.



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First Create 2 user groups, 1 per client. Add the user accounts of each client to those groups.

You can use a different Permission Scheme per project. Assign the persmissions in each scheme to the correct user group. Users without the Browse Project Permission will not be able to view any issues in that project.

Alternative way: don't use separate schemes but assign permissions to Project Roles. Assign your groups to a project role in your projects

For Confluence:

Go to the Space Permissions and configure the permissions for each group accordingly

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