We've purchased and installed Zephyr for JIRA, but now it has added the "Tests" drop down to all of the projects across the entire organization. I've dug through all of the configuration areas for Zephyr for JIRA and cannot seem to find a way to make this only appear on specific projects. Is there a way to remove the Tests drop down from all of the projects and only have it appear on projects that we choose?
Its 2016 and this is still a problem... We used the trial and found this was a blocker to fully rolling out Zephyr. You just lost a customer because of this issue.
This question is also important for our company.
Not all project are intersected to see this tests menu bar and have additional settings in the projects.
I appreciate for any help with this.
Environment: JIRA 6.2.3 + Zephyr 2.5.1
A 3 years old required feature and still not implemented. It's for sure a basic one.
That reminds me some 10 year old issues still opened on Altassian JIRA with thousand of comments and users waiting for functionnalities.
Could you please add this to the next release ? or the marketing lobbying is too High ?
We easily understand that having this Test menu available everywhere will allow users in all projects to use Zephyr for JIRA even if they do not need it.
Once this acquired it's quite difficult to disable the plugin or even think to change for an alternative ...
Hi Yvan, Thanks for the addition to the feature request. I have added your endorsement to the existing request item our product team is tracking. It has certainly been awhile since the request was made we have not forgotten it and the more users who request it, the more spotlight it will get in our reviews.
Do you have some news about this request?
If we have another test plugin on the server, we would like to enable one plugin or another one and today it's impossible as Zephyr is not manageable project per project.
Where will it be available?
We're about to install Zephyr 4 for Jira in production and we found in testing that if you remove users from 'zephyr-testers' group and check 'Enable Zephyr Permission Scheme' in Zephyr's admin menu, then the menu will only appear to users within that group.
This actually sucks. We turned on 3rd party plugin for test cases management, and now a bunch of test related tasks show up in the sidebar. How difficult is it to disable this behaviour? come on guys... 6yrs?
Currenlty the Tests menu is added globally and isn't specific to projects. I will add it to our feature request list to be able to limit it only selected projects.
JIRA permissions are largely defined at project level. Most add ons can be switched on/off at a project level or at least add/amend/delete at a project level. This is the sole reason we did not sign up. Otherwise looks promising. Looking at Test Rail.
So I'm guessing from seeing the comments here that this has been a request plenty of times before and never become available as an option. It feels like it's a pretty fundamental requirement so can we get any indication on whether this is being considered please - the answer we're looking for is "yes" :)
We're about to install Zephyr 4 for Jira in production and we found in testing that if you remove users from 'zephyr-testers' group and check 'Enable Zephyr Permission Scheme' in Zephyr's admin menu, then the menu will only appear to users within that group. So if you remove people not testing from the 'zephyr-testers' group you should be fine.
I haven't looked at turning the menu off at the project level yet.
Yup, I wish they would do something with this. I am trying to use the next-gen feature and am disappointed the Zephyr test options appear on the side bar! I should be able to enable/disable if an add-in is shown as options or not.
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