We run multiple projects where multiple clients give input and feedback. They also request changes where a EPIC or Story is logged by my team.
We have a JIRA instance and they have recently moved onto their own instance. Is there a way that i can give the clients restricted access to view projects, releases and sprints within our JIRA?
Basically, creating a view for them to see which issues they have logged and what the status of the issue is as well as knowing which issue is allocated to which sprint (almost like a roadmap).
Can this be done without creating them as a user on our JIRA?
The only option I know would be to make JIRA avaliable to anonymous users. You could create a dashboard in which these users can view filters and gadgets.
However, anonymous users cannot ever see Scrum Boards or Kanban Boards.
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