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Advanced Roadmaps uses two permissions models: Jira SoftwareGlobal permissions as well as a Advanced Roadmaps-specific one which allows you to grant access to individual users on a per-plan basis. By default, those with Jira Software Administrator and System Administrator access also have Advanced RoadmapsAdministrator access. These permissions only apply to the individual plan, and will override any global settings.
In order to save any changes made to your roadmap back to your project in Jira Software, you need to have permission to edit that project, as defined by the global permissions. If you don’t, your changes won’t be committed, and will remain in the Review changes modal.
To manage your plan permissions within Advanced Roadmaps:
From the Roadmap view, navigate to settings using the next to your plan name > Configure.
On the left sidebar, navigate to Permissions. You can grant view and edit permissions to individual users or groups, or make it visible to all Advanced Roadmaps users.
Permission types in Advanced Roadmaps
Advanced Roadmaps administrator
Users with this permission can perform all administrative functions in Advanced Roadmaps, including accessing any private plans. By default, Jira Software administrators are automatically made administrators in Advanced Roadmaps.
Advanced Roadmaps user
Users with this permission can create plans and view plans they have access to. For plans they can access, they can also edit their issue sources, edit any issues in the plans, and save these edited issue details in Jira Software.
Advanced Roadmaps viewer
Users with this permission can browse and view plans in read-only mode. In Jira Software, they can also update parent links, teams, and target dates of issues.
Advanced Roadmaps Labs access
Users with this permission can access and use the features of Advanced Roadmaps that are in Labs mode. When features in Labs mode are enabled, users have early access to the new features that are still being worked on.
Advanced Roadmaps shared team management
Users with this permission can access global team management and edit teams that are shared across plans.
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