Hi there! I'm a JIRA administrator and today I noticed some new features. I would really appreciate your help on these two issues:
1 - I see the new navigation panel has been set by default. I tried to change this setting doing the following: System>User interface>project navigation but the "project navigation" link is missing.
2 - I'm logged in as an administrator with global permissions, but I notice that now I'm only able to administrate my own projects (the projects on which I have the project role "project leader"). Before the update, I was able to administer every project. With the new navigation view, I dont' see the "administration" tab anymore. Now I have a sidebar menu with an administration button with a cog icon at the bottom of the screen and every project leader has now the option to administer and configure their projects. How can I do to set that like it was? As an administrator I need to have permissions to administrate all projects.
JIRA Administrate permissions do not automatically mean you get project permissions - you have to explicitly say "people in the admin group have project permissions". Project admins have always had the right to configure their own projects. I believe Cloud used to default it this way, but Atlassian are moving to a more granular permission model, so it wouldn't surprise me if they have moved toward that and removed that default.
However, it's quite simple, and you can change it - it sounds like you simply need to review your permission schemes, checking and updating who can "administrate project"
Thank you Nic for your quick reply. This is what I could check so far (after the automatic update in our JIRA instance yesterday):
My permissions as administrator haven't changed (OK)
I found the "administrar proyectos" button in the new project navigation page (OK)
I have JIRA Cloud + Agile. All my projects have been created as "scrum". The problem: If the project has a rapid board, when I select the project form the project drop down menu, I get directed to the Agile rapid board and I see no link to get the project summary panel (where the administration button is located). No problem with the scrum projects without rapid boards.
Can you help me on this?
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