How do we associate Permission Schemes with a user Group?
When I click on my new user group I see this
I don't know how to associate
In your custom permission scheme, add your group to the different permissions (however, you need to make sure to add both groups to Browse Projects). They can belong to the same permissions or different ones. For example, if you want both to be able to create issues, add both groups to that permission in your custom permission scheme. If you want only the internal ones to be able to schedule (which means assign Fix Version), then only have that group assigned to that permission scheme.
We use this to allow our contractor group the ability to create and edit issues as well as comment, but they cannot delete their comments and they cannot close issues. Whereas our internal group can do those actions.
I have tried that and it still says the same message as above.
Let me explain what I am trying to do:
Basically I have 10 projects
I need two different type of users
internal user - will have acces tyo all projects
External user - will only have access to one particular project
What is the best way to acheive this??
You have not been clear on what you've actually done.
However, to meet your requirement
Note that it's better to use "roles" to do this - you can delegate maintenance of users and use a single permission scheme, but roles are harder to grasp than groups to begin with.
What I've done - administration > select project > Changed the permission scheme to my custom one and it still not showing up as associated with the group.
I struggling to understand this..because the same project needs to be accessed by two different users. and the 'external' user should only have limited permissions.
How do I associate two permission schemes to one project?
Hope its clear.
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