Hide 'Agile Board' button

Hi,

In my Jira configuration I have two groups of users: clients and developers.

When I create a issue, developers and also clients view the button 'Agile Board' in top of issue (that reference GreenHopper), like this:

http://subefotos.com/ver/?109a6538c0a98506815195df5a92915co.png

For developers it doesn't matter, but for my clients it's ugly that they can see the button...

There is any way to hide this button for my clients?

Thanks in advance

Daniel

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i think jira won't make a difference if the user is a developer or a regular client.

as soon greenhopper is activated the link will be available in the navigation. i agree with your request to be able to define groups of users to work agile.

maybe a feature request at jira.atlassian.com ?

I made a feautre request at jira.atlassian.com.

Vote please: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-31916

Thanks C.Faysal!

I vote your feature request! Good luck!

i voted...

hopefully some more users are longin for this :)

3,1 k of views... wow!
I see this a feature that users wants to implement in Jira...

Do not be over exited, it is a known but in OSQA that it does count views incorectly, google bot would count as a visite, each time...

Do not be over exited, it is a known but in OSQA that it does count views incorectly, google bot would count as a visite, each time...

You can't hide this based on groups, but by disabling "greenhopper-rapidboard-operation" module in JIRA Agile the button would go away - however this is a global change smile

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