Learn how to set up Jira Software Cloud and integrate it with other products and applications.
An open site is site that anyone can access without administrator approval – including those outside your organization. Sometimes, this is done intentionally, or it can be a result of misconfigured site access settings. Learn how to restrict access to your site.
Depending on how your administrator configures them, teams in your Jira site can either be a global entity that can be used and viewed across all of your organization’s other Atlassian sites or restricted to only specific Jira sites.
To protect sensitive team data (e.g. - team names), users viewing an open Jira site can only see these organization-wide teams if they also have access to a restricted site in the same organization. Conversely, users that can only access open sites won’t be able to see teams or assign issues to a team; they'll only be able to see and assign issues to plan-only teams. Learn more about what information is available on unrestricted sites.