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AGILE TOOL SUPPORT: JIRA SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR GUIDE – Permissions & Security

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Permissions and Security

What is an issue ‘security level’?

Issue security levels allow you to control who can see individual issues within a project.

A security level’s members may consist of:

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  • Individual users
  • Groups
  • Project roles
  • Issue roles such as ‘Reporter’, ‘Project Lead’, and ‘Current Assignee’
  • ‘Anyone’ (eg. to allow anonymous access)
  • A (multi-)user picker custom field.
  • A (multi-)group picker custom field.
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Here is a list the different global permissions and the functions they secure:

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Agile Tool Support: JIRA System Administrator Guide – JIRA Workflows

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JIRA Training

As part of our JIRA training modules, we have developed instruction guides to assist users when making use of JIRA as an Agile tool. In this blog series, we will be providing tutorials for JIRA System Administrators on how to perform certain functions in JIRA. Part 1 deals with the Issues and Fields elements in JIRA. In Part 2, we take a look at JIRA Workflows.

JIRA Workflows

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Agile Tool Support: JIRA System Administrator Guide – Issues and Fields

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JIRA Training

As part of our JIRA training modules, we have developed instruction guides to assist users when making use of JIRA as an Agile tool. In this blog series, we will be providing tutorials for JIRA System Administrators on how to perform certain functions in JIRA, starting with the Issues and Fields elements in JIRA.

Issues Types in JIRA

Everyone’s needs are different and so JIRA also allows you to ...

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