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  1. Jira Data Center
  2. JRASERVER-67031

Hide Time Tracking estimates from certain users (e.g. customers)


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    • We collect Jira feedback from various sources, and we evaluate what we've collected when planning our product roadmap. To understand how this piece of feedback will be reviewed, see our Implementation of New Features Policy.

      Today everybody can see time estimates made on an issue. It would be nice if it was possible (for example via the permission scheme) to determine who should be able see them.

      An idea to the level of permissions could be:

      • Edit others time estimates
      • Add/Edit own time estimates
      • View time estimates
      1. The agency wants to be able to control who can see any time estimation and tracking information, such as customers (likely not), internal project management (rather yes) etc.
      2. In some circumstances, this information is sensitive and needs to be handled accordingly.

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        2. atlassian-jira-3.13.4.war-patch.zip
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        3. HideTimeTrackingHack_by_SphinxITConsultingGmbH.rar
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        4. issueplugins.vm
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        5. issuesummary.vm
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        6. JIRA+4.1.2+Patch+HideTimeTracking+incl.zip
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        7. JIRA 4.0 Patch HideTimeTracking.zip
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        8. JIRA 4.0 Patch HideTimeTracking incl. tabs.zip
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        9. patch-4.2.1_full_withguestsgroup.zip
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        10. patch-JRA-2364-jira-3.13.zip
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        11. timetracking-edit.vm.4.3.3
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        12. WF.Minyaa.Sample.xml
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            d69ecc6877cb Thomas Watson Steen
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