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Scopes enable an app to request a level of access to an Atlassian product.
When choosing your scopes, the recommendation is to use classic scopes.
All applications are limited to a maximum of 50 scopes. When adding scopes in the developer console, you receive a warning when you reach this limit. If you reach the limit, review your use of scopes and ensure you're using classic scopes to the maximum extent possible and remove any unnecessary granular scopes.
The easiest way to set your app's scopes is to:
This process does not remove any redundant scopes from the manifest file, and these scopes need to be removed manually.
If you want to set the scopes manually, you need to:
For OAuth 2.0 apps, you need to:
These scopes are for apps using OAuth 2.0 authorization code grants (3LO) for authorization and Forge apps. The title and description are displayed to the user on the consent screen during the authorization flow.
Scopes for Atlassian Connect are different. See Scopes for Connect apps to know more.
Where available, the recommendation is to use these scopes.
|View user profiles||View user information in Jira that the user has access to, including usernames, email addresses, and avatars.|
|View Jira issue data||Read Jira project and issue data, search for issues and objects associated with issues like attachments and worklogs.|
|Create and manage issues||Create and edit issues in Jira, post comments as the user, create worklogs, and delete issues.|
|Manage project settings||Create and edit project settings and create new project-level objects (for example, versions and components).|
|Manage Jira global settings||Take Jira administration actions (for example, create projects and custom fields, view workflows, and manage issue link types).|
|Manage Jira webhooks||Fetch, register, refresh, and delete dynamically declared Jira webhooks.|
|View Jira Service Desk request data||Read customer request data, including approvals, attachments, comments, request participants,
Read service desk and request types, including searching for request types and reading request type fields, properties and groups.
|Create and manage Jira Service Desk requests||Create and edit customer requests, including add comments and attachments, approve, share (add request participants), subscribe, and transition.|
|Manage Jira Service Desk customers and organizations||Create, manage and delete customers and organizations.|
Add and remove customers and organizations from service desks.
Use these scopes only when you can’t use classic scopes.
|View Customers||View customer (user) account information.|
|Create and update customers||Create and update customer (user) accounts.|
|View organizations||View organization information.|
|Create and update organizations||Create and update organizations.|
|Delete organizations||Delete organizations.|
|View organization's users||View an organization’s users.|
|Add organization's users||Add users to an organization|
|Delete organization users||Remove users from an organization.|
|View organization properties||View organization entity properties.|
|Create and update organization properties||Create and update organization entity properties.|
|Delete organization properties||Delete organization entity properties.|
|View servicedesks||Search and view service desks.|
|View servicedesk organizations||View organizations associated with service desk.|
|Add organizations to service desks||Add organizations to service desks.|
|Remove organizations from service desks||Remove organizations from service desks.|
|View servicedesk customers||View customers associated with service desks.|
|Add servicedesk customers||Add customers to service desks.|
|Remove servicedesk customers||Remove customers from service desks.|
|View requesttypes||Search and view request types.|
|Create and update requesttypes||Create and update request types.|
|View servicedesk properties||View service desk entity properties.|
|Create and update servicedesk properties||Create and update service desk entity properties.|
|Delete servicedesk properties||Delete service desk entity properties.|
|View requesttype properties||View request type entity properties.|
|Create and update requesttype properties||Create and update request type entity properties.|
|Delete requesttype properties||Delete request type entity properties.|
|View queues||View queues.|
|View requests||Search and view requests.|
|Create and update requests||Create and update requests.|
|View request approvals||View request approvals.|
|Action request approvals||Action request approvals, for example, approve, deny, and alike.|
|View request participants||View request participants (users).|
|Add request participants||Add participants (users) to requests.|
|Remove request participants||Remove participants (users) from requests.|
|View request actions||View actions that can be performed on requests.|
|View request comments||View request comments.|
|Create and update request comments||Create and update request comments.|
|View request SLAs||View request SLAs.|
|View request attachments||View request attachments.|
|Add request attachments||Add attachments to requests.|
|View request statuses||View request status and transition information.|
|Execute request transitions||Execute transitions on requests.|
|View request feedback||View request feedback.|
|Create and update request feedback||Create and update request feedback.|
|Delete request feedback||Delete request feedback.|
|View request notifications||View subscription status of users for requests.|
|Create and update request notifications||Subscribe users to requests and update subscription status.|
|Remove request notifications||Unsubscribe uses from requests.|
|View knowledgebase||Search and view knowledgebase articles.|
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