We are a design company that is working on a number of different projects at one time and would like our clients to use bonfire but without logging in to Jira and without having access to other projects.
Is this something we can do and how?
You can setup Jira to allow anonymous access
You can protect your other projects by using roles, groups and the various security schemes.
While JIRA can be configured to allow anonymous access, this won't work for Bonfire.
Some of Bonfire's other features, such as issue templates and test sessions, require an active user account to store information against.
You can still restrict user access to certain projects by configuring user group access within JIRA. Bonfire respects JIRA's user/project access permissions.
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