Share issues between two users but without access to all issues in project

Hi, can't find answer by myself :)

1. I have a Project

2. Group of developers

3. Two users from customer: user1 and user2

 

How can I do this permissions scheme ? :

1. user1 and user2 should be able to create issues in Project and see those issues.

2. user1 and user2 should NOT be able to see other(not created by them) issues in Project

3. user1 and user2 should be able see issues created by them, for ex: user1 should be able see issues created by user2 and vice versa.

 

So 1. and 2. ok by Browse Projects permission - Reporter to user1 and user2

But I can't figure how to permit user1 and user2 see issue created by each other and not see all other issues in Project ?

1 answer

Hello,
Am I right that number 2 and 3 actually contradict each other?
You could use security schemes for number 3

Hi,

> Am I right that number 2 and 3 actually contradict each other?

in some way yes, so that is a problem: user1 and user2 should be able see issues created by them but not issues created by other users in this project.

ok, thanks, I'll dig into security groups.

If you have questions about security groups, just ask

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