Rights DNA for Jira

for Jira Server 8.0.0 - 8.8.1 and more
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Visualize and improve your project permissions and security settings with color schemes by project and users. Audit & set quickly

Nice UI packed with information and features

RightsDNA scans the entire Jira and groups users in permission families so you can manage permissions for all of them.

Project permissions

Special feature for administrators: ability to easily spot out-of-order permissions in Jira projects.

Save money and keep user base clean

Keep your Jira secure, user base clean, permissions consistent, and save money by making the most of your Jira license.

More details

Rights DNA for Jira is a tool for managing Jira permissions and users. It gives insights on clean security schemes and reduces the time Admins spend configuring permissions in Jira.

Features

  • Visualize all users with rights in a project
  • Visualize all projects a user is having rights in
  • Scan the entire Jira for patterns or "families" of rights
  • Manage users in the permission families
  • Perform user sanity checks
  • Helper: what to do to have a certain right?

Use cases

  • Daily administration – make user permissions consistent
  • Maintain a clean collection of users – make the most out of your Jira license
  • Manage customer accounts vs internal user accounts
  • Clean up legacy users repositories

For extra functionality, take a look at other apps in our Power Suite: Power Scripts, Power Database Fields, Power Actions, and Power Custom Fields.

To learn more, check out our documentation.

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Privacy and security

Privacy policy

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Security

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Resources

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Splitting users into families: automated process