There's a command to "imitate" a different user without having to enter their password so you can se

There's any command to "imitate" a different user without having to enter their password so you can see what they are seeing.

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Stephen Deutsch Community Champion Jul 20, 2017

If you are using the Server version, you can install the Scriptrunner for JIRA plugin; one of the features is to imitate a user.

If you are using Cloud, then that functionality is built in: Log in as another user.

what is the feature we have to use in sciptrunner were we have to use could explain me once

Here is some information from the documentation:

https://scriptrunner.adaptavist.com/latest/jira/builtin-scripts.html#_switch_user

It is accessible from the Add-on settings, under the Scriptrunner section with the menu link "Built-in Scripts".

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