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welcome in the Atlassian Community. The term "team" is a little ambiguous here. I assume you speak of a role which has the term team in its name. Could you provide a screenshot please. Just to make sure we are on the same page.
To answer your question: a group is configured in Jira user management. Groups and their members are managed by Jira administrators. Roles are also defined at the system level. But the members of roles are configured in the project settings. So this can be managed by a project administrator.
An example would be: the role "Service Desk Team" is defined. This role is used in two Service Desk Projects. The first SD project is an IT service desk. Members are IT support staff. The second SD project is Facility Management. Members are members of the facilities department.
I hope this was of some help to you. Feel free to contact me again if you need any further assistence.
A team is really just a concept in Jira. There isn’t an actual team that you create and label as a team. Often team defines those users that have permissions in a project.
hi! And why is it useful to have roles? i don't undersand.
Can you answer my quesiton here: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Confluence-questions/What-is-the-differentce-between-Team-and-Group-in-Jira/qaq-p/2465615#M279692
Thanks in advance!!