Permissions in Advanced Roadmaps

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You need both global permission and user permission to perform tasks in Advanced Roadmaps.

Global permissions

The permissions in Advanced Roadmaps will take precedence over the global permissions that are set up in your Jira instance.

However, users with the Jira administrators global permission are automatically made administrators in Advanced Roadmaps. Along with System admins, administrators in Advanced Roadmaps also have the ability to access private plans.

User permissions

As Administrator, you can set organization-wide rules about plan visibility, or you can restrict or enable access to plans to specific users.

To configure user permissions:

  1. Open Settings in Jira Software

  2. Select Products. Underneath Jira Software, you’ll find settings for Advanced Roadmaps

  3. Change the user permissions as you want

  4. Select Save changes


Plan permissions

The permissions in Advanced Roadmaps take precedence over the permissions in Jira Software. This means that even if you're a project administrator in Jira Software, you'll still need specific permissions in to perform specific actions with the plans in Advanced Roadmaps.

The following plan permissions are available:

Plan permissionView planEdit planModify issues in planDelete plan
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See Permissions for more details.

Last modified on Jul 13, 2020

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