Our organization is new to JIRA and need basic advice on project permissions. We plan to have a large number of projects and many of them can only be viewed by the members of the team on that specific project. Our plan was to create a project scheme for each project team(may have 30 teams) and assign that scheme to each project. Is this the best way to go?
We have a similar situation. Our approach is:
For example, we have Project A and Project B. We have separate teams, Team A and Team B.
This approach makes managing the schemes a lot easier since all projects share one permission scheme. Of course, if different projects need to have different permissions for their users, you might need to make a few more permission schemes, but overall, it's easier to have a fewer schemes structured around project roles and have multiple projects share schemes.
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