Is there a preferred or known way to create separate interfaces for multiple teams within a single instance of JIRA?
My team has been sailing along with JIRA for 5+ years now, and because of its success some other teams want to use it also. I suggested they create their own instance, but they would rather use ours, and reduce maintenance and cost.
For my example here, let's just consider 2 teams. Call one "A" and the other "B".
Is it possible for members of team A to log in and have see to only projects and issues that are related to their team? And access for team B would be able to see, edit, or submit tasks for B? A would be the system administrator level group.
Using global and project permissions I have been able to limit team B to only accessing a specific project, but they cannot create new projects. We'd like for them to be able to create their own projects and assign them to their notification, issue, project schemes.
They will have their own notification scheme as well for intake.
Not looking for complete how to, just some pointers if anyone has done something similar in the near past. I looked around and didn't see anything. If JIRA just isn't intended to do something like this, that's fine too, I just need to know so I'm not trying to fit a square peg in a round hole.
You should be able limit what the different teams sees as you already found out using global permission and project permissions. The same applies to the notification schemes, you can assign each project to their own scheme. But to be able to create projects you need Jira admin permission, or you could use Delegated Project Creator for Jira.
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