The Permissions page is your your entry point to manage all permissions.
This page is accessible from the Settings menu:
You must be Jira or Apwide administrator in order to access the Permissions Page and manage permissions.
Role Based Permissions
The security model is based on Roles. A Role is defined by a set of Jira Users or Groups that are allowed to do certain operations based on a list of Permissions.
When creating a Role you must specify :
the list of Permissions that are required by this role
the list of Jira users and/or groups who play this role
For example, you can create a new “Deployer” role with the “deploy” permission and associate it to all Jira users who should endorse the role of "Deployer".
Click on Edit to add / remove permissions or user / groups to an existing Role
Click on Add Role button to create a new role
The following permissions are global. If a Jira user has one of the following permissions, he will be allowed to perform the allowed operations everywhere in Time Squad:
Create Calendars: allows users create new calendars
Manage Calendars: allows users to create/update/delete environment calendars
Share Calendars: allows users to create shared calendars.
IMPORTANT: a user must have the permission to update a calendar in order to change its sharing options
Plan Events: allows users to schedule Events on the Timeline (this permission includes the “Plan Events” Environment Permission for all Environments)
Share Timelines: allows users to share their own timelines with other users
Apwide Administrator: allows non Jira Administrators to access all Golive administration features:
Jira Project Mapping (note that project associations can also be done by projects' administrators)
Security & Permissions
Jira Administrators have the same permissions as Apwide Administrators by default, you do not have to grant them Apwide Administrator permission.