- Jira Service Management
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Delegated Group Management in Jira. The administrator can grant any users or groups the right to manage any groups or create new
Administrator can grant the right to manage groups
The administrator can grant any users or groups the right to manage any groups.
Access granted list
Admins - users with the right to edit group members(delegating).
User panel for managing groups
Users with groups control rights can manage groups in a standard interface.
Save time by delegating group management.
Granting users the right to edit group members or create new groups.
The administrator can grant any user the right to manage any group.
Before, only the administrator could grant access rights. But now, users managing groups can also give access to a project, space or transition to workflow.
Let's, for example, assume there is a development team with its permission schemes in Jira, Confluence and Bitbucket systems. Make the team leader responsible for team-A-users, team-A-reviewers and team-A-testers groups. Now, this team leader can grant access to the services and processes used by the team. He no longer needs to contact the administrator for this.
Delegate management of selected groups to a non-admin user.
Group management is logged in the system audit log.
Privacy and security
The administrator can grant users or groups the rights to create new groups and manage them.