We have 3 instances like Jira-A, Jira-B, Jira-C servers and migrating to one server "Jira-ABC", which is possible.
But in our requirement, Jira-A users would not see/invisible the Projects of Jira-B & Jira-C servers and vice-versa, this is nothing called multi-tenant feature.
I just want to know that, is this possible? Please let me know.
Hi Fayaz - to do this you can create a group in Jira-ABC that contains only users from Jira-B and Jira-C. Then you would configure the permission schemes and project roles in the projects from Jira-B and Jira-C to restrict the "Browse Projects" permission to members of that new group.
You can learn more about permissions and roles here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirasoftwareserver/permissions-overview-939938996.html
hello @Fayaz Abdul '
yes it is possible. you just have to make sure Jira-A users don't have the "browse project" permission on all projects of Jira-B & C.
Yes. In order to avoid this, a Jira admin can configure user email visibility. This is a global setting.
The options are:
This options: "Indicates who can view user email on the user profile page"
Assume, all 3 Jira users(Jira-A, Jira-B, Jira-C) are in one Jira-ABC instance, Jira-A users shouldn’t be able to see (Or mention in Comments, Descriptions, etc.) Jira-B users. But Jira-A users have to see and able to mention themselves.
I hope you understand.
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