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  1. Jira Server and Data Center
  2. JRASERVER-41269

Allow administrators to manage private filters, subscriptions and dashboards owned by other users

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      Atlassian Update – 5 March 2020

      Hi everyone,

      In the last update, we shared that we’ll prioritize this suggestion for our longer-term roadmap.

      After reviewing comments on this suggestion and getting context from the support cases, we have decided to provide an MVP solution. It will let you search through all filters and dashboards (including the private ones) and change their owners. It will also help us validate the longer-term approach to this feature. Please note that this procedure is not part of the Jira’s intended functionality, and the information is provided as-is.

      In Jira Server 8.8, you can enable the dark feature that lets you edit private filters and dashboards:

      1. Enable the dark feature flag com.atlassian.jira.privateEntitiesEditable.enabled by following these instructions.
      2. Go to the ‘Filters‘ or ‘Dashboards‘ administration screen.
      3. Click the cog next to an entity and select the ‘Change Owner‘ link.
      4. After you perform the update, the new owner will be able to edit the entity or share edit rights with others.

      In the roadmapped project, we would like to allow admins to immediately edit private filters and dashboards, removing the intermediate step of changing their owner, improve the filtering abilities on the ‘Filters’ and ‘Dashboards’ screens and enable searching and modifying mail subscriptions.

      Please share your feedback on this solution so that we can make better decisions when solving the underlying problem. You can leave a comment here or reach out to me directly at kderenda(at)atlassian.com.

      You can download the 8.8 EAP version here.

      Preparing for Jira 8.8 will give you an overview of the changes we intend to make in Jira 8.8.

      Katarzyna Derenda
      Product Manager, Jira Server and Data Center

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      Atlassian Update – 5 March 2020 Hi everyone, In the last update, we shared that we’ll prioritize this suggestion for our longer-term roadmap. After reviewing comments on this suggestion and getting context from the support cases, we have decided to provide an MVP solution. It will let you search through all filters and dashboards (including the private ones) and change their owners. It will also help us validate the longer-term approach to this feature. Please note that this procedure is not part of the Jira’s intended functionality, and the information is provided as-is. In Jira Server 8.8, you can enable the dark feature that lets you edit private filters and dashboards: Enable the dark feature flag com.atlassian.jira.privateEntitiesEditable.enabled by following these instructions . Go to the ‘Filters‘ or ‘Dashboards‘ administration screen. Click the cog next to an entity and select the ‘Change Owner‘ link. After you perform the update, the new owner will be able to edit the entity or share edit rights with others. In the roadmapped project, we would like to allow admins to immediately edit private filters and dashboards, removing the intermediate step of changing their owner, improve the filtering abilities on the ‘Filters’ and ‘Dashboards’ screens and enable searching and modifying mail subscriptions. Please share your feedback on this solution so that we can make better decisions when solving the underlying problem. You can leave a comment here or reach out to me directly at kderenda(at) atlassian.com . You can download the 8.8 EAP version here. Preparing for Jira 8.8 will give you an overview of the changes we intend to make in Jira 8.8. Katarzyna Derenda Product Manager, Jira Server and Data Center

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      NOTE: This suggestion is for JIRA Server. Using JIRA Cloud? See the corresponding suggestion.

      Currently JIRA administrators can only manage SHARED filters and dashboards owned by other users. There's a suggestion that they should be made capable of managing PRIVATE filters and dashboards as well.

      This ticket can be considered a continuation of JRA-9997.

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              Assignee:
              drauf Daniel Rauf
              Reporter:
              vdung Andy Nguyen (Inactive)
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