People who aren't logged in can get to the System Dashboard, but they can't see the gadgets; they only see the Introduction message. I have two gadgets on the dashboard, each is a "Filter Results" gadget. The filters are set to be shared with "anyone".
Does "anyone" mean anyone, or only anyone who is logged in?
Is there any way to let people who aren't logged in see the results of a filter without it having to be part of a Wallboard? We want to display a list of the current issues, but the list is too long for a Wallboard; we want to display a Filter Results gadget which shows the whole list.
If the filter is shared with anyone, then it means the filter is public. How about the results of the filter?
I recommend you to take a look on the project's permissions.
Thanks and regards,
Have you also checked if you have "Shared" your Dashboard? It's a different setting for "Shared" filters. Read this https://confluence.atlassian.com/jira/managing-shared-dashboards-257458472.html and See this https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-29503 .
Also, if you want to share issues/filters "Anonymously" (no JIRA account and not logged in), that is a different configuration which is set in the Permission Scheme (Browse Projects then add "Anyone"). Let me warn you that this means letting anyone on the internet to browse your project/issues.
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