Comment Security Default

for Jira Server 8.0.0 - 9.17.1, Jira Data Center 8.0.0 - 9.17.1 and more
  • Supported
  • Jira Service Management
  • Jira

Do you want to be able to change Comment security defaults? Now you can

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Specify multiple configurations for project/global

Optionally have multiple configurations in the project or admin (global) configuration screens. The multiple configurations are based on user groups. There can also be a default configuration to cater for all other users

Specify security defaults globally or per project

Specify the default security role/group for each different comment type

Force Selection of role if default is not present

If the default role you specify is not present then you can force the user to make a selection.

More details

"Comment Security Default" for Jira – the ultimate plugin for mastering comment visibility and security of your comment. With this tool, control is at your fingertips, allowing you to set default security levels globally or per project, ensuring that every comment reaches just the right audience by default.

Dynamic Features for Enhanced Security:

  • Customize default comment security levels when commenting, attaching files, and issue transitions…
  • Force user selection for unmatched default roles, enhancing security
  • Color-code comment fields to visually distinguish between public and restricted comments
  • Restrict who can set default values, maintaining control over comment visibility
  • Fully compatible with Service Desk and Jira Agile, catering to all your project needs
  • Don’t accidentally leave a comment as “Viewable to all” again

Perfect for teams that value confidentiality, "Comment Security Default" transforms how you manage comments, making your Jira environment safer and more efficient

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An example of different colored comment fields. Green for restricted access and red for viewable to all users