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how to add permissions to users on a project

I want only 3 persmission levels on m project .

 

1. Full admin Access to the PMO

2. Projects managers/Lead should have the access level to add tasks, sub tasks  and comments , assign engineers to the tasks and sub tasks and edit status (in progress, done , to do ) , for the project

3. Engineers(developers /testers ) - should be able to only edit the task status and add comment , no other field should be editable by them .

 

how can i do this ?

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Veera Atlassian Team Feb 05, 2020

Hi @Shyju Kammadan 

You can setup various project level permissions to users/groups/roles. 

Please refer to Managing project permissions for more details.

In your case, you may create 3 different roles/groups for PMO, Managers/Lead and Engineers and grant specific project level permission for each role/group.

Hello Shyju,
welcome in the community.

So if I understand you right, just go to " Permission schemes "
So it means:
1) Administration settings  - ( it's icon next to yours user profile )
2) Go to Issues
3) At the bottom of site on left is " Permission schemes "
4) Add permission scheme 
5) Button " Grant permission " will give you some hints what to SET and where

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1. If you want for admins full access, then SET admins everywhere.

2. For project managers/Lead SET acces only to " add tasks, sub tasks  and comments , assign engineers to the tasks and sub tasks and edit status (in progress, done , to do ) "

3. for Engineers SET only to " edit the task status and add comment "

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1) everything will works, only if you are admin of jira
2) you have setted up roles in: Project roles
2a) Administration settings  - ( it's icon next to yours user profile )
2b) Go to System
2c) Under SECURITY is " Project roles "
2d) And there just add Project Role.. like: a) Admin 2b) Project manager c) Engineers

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I hope i understand you right and that thing helps you:)

Good luck at Jira fields!
Martin,

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