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  1. Jira Cloud
  2. JRACLOUD-17783

Allow shared filters and dashboards to be edited by a group



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      15 September 2021
      Dashboard owners can now grant edit permissions to your dashboards in Jira Cloud! To try it out, go to a dashboard you own and select ··· > Edit and share
      We are aware there is high demand for the same functionality for Filters. This is something on our short-term radar and I will keep you updated when work is in progress.
      Please note that for enterprise customers that have opted into bundled product release tracks (see https://support.atlassian.com/organization-administration/docs/manage-product-release-tracks ), you may experience a delay in having this feature turned on. For more information, please talk to your Jira administrator. 
      Marcus Wong
      Product Manager, Jira Shared Experiences
      18 August 2021
      Hi everyone, an update on ticket progress.
      We are on track to ship the ability to share/delegate edit permissions for dashboards. We anticipate these changes to land in your Jira instances during the month of September.
      Thank you for your continued patience as we work through this complex problem.
      However, we recognise this ticket also mentions support for allowing edit permissions for shared filters. This feature will not be shipping by September, and will be in our long-term backlog until we ship some of the more impactful changes first. We know this isn't ideal; we're working on it.
      Stay tuned for the announcement of edit permissions in Dashboards, but we will continue to keep this ticket open until we resolve both dashboard and filter features.
      Thank you.
      Marcus Wong
      Product Manager, Jira Shared Experiences
      14 May 2021
      Hello everyone, 
      A quick update on the progress made on this ticket. We're needing a bit more time than expected to tackle what is a challenging permissions
      problem. We are anticipating a completion date in the 3rd quarter of 2021 (July - Sep).
      Once again, we appreciate your patience; and understand some of you have waited a long, long time for this. Please bear with us!
      Marcus Wong
      Product Manager, Jira Shared Experiences
      15 March 2021
      Hi everyone, good news!
      We have kicked off work to bring edit permissions to Dashboards in Jira Cloud. This feature request is now In Progress.
      We know this work is important to many of your workflows - we ask for your continued patience as we work through the implementation.
      Marcus Wong
      Product Manager, Jira Shared Experiences
      2 March 2021
      Hi all,
      I'm Marcus, a Product Manager from the Jira Shared Experiences team.
      Thank you for your votes and comments on this ticket. This has helped our team revisit this issue and communicate your customer pain to relevant stakeholders internally.
      We are currently considering implementing this ticket in our short-term backlog. The magnitude of this task is quite large, so we ask for your continued patience. We will formally transition the ticket to "In Progress" as soon as our team has a clearer understanding of what is required. 
      Marcus Wong
      Product Manager, Jira Shared Experiences

      Original request description:

      Certain reporting-type filters, used by project management or other groups, may have multiple users managing them. It would be great to have the ability to specify group-ownership of a filter, allowing anyone in the group to edit the filter, so the same filter remains in use, rather than saving as ... and having to notify all consumers of the original filter of the new filter.


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