You have to make secure custom fields to have field-level permission. Then, configure who can view or edit the field.
This app provides custom field types to hold sensitive data in an issue.
Custom Field Type
Secure Text Field (Single-Line)
Secure Text Filed (Multi-Line)
Secure Select List (single choice)
Secure Select List (multiple choices)
Secure Radio Buttons
Secure User Picker (single)
Secure User Picker (multiple)
For each field type, you can control the view and edit permissions at the field level. Even if a user can view and edit issues, if they do not have permission to view and edit at the field level, they will not view or edit that field.
1. Create a secure custom field
Go to the issue setting (Settings → Issues)
Go to the custom fields setting. And, click the “Create custom field“ button.
Select the “Advanced“ section. Then, select “Secure XX Field”. And click the “Next” button.
Enter field name and description. Then, click the “Create“ button.
Check screens the field should be displayed. Then click the “Update“ button.
(Optional) Set translation and contexts if you need them.
2. Configure permission
Go to the apps setting (Settings → Apps)
Go to the “Secure Custom Fields“ app. Then, click the “Configure“ link for the field you want to configure permission.
Click the “Configure“ link for the field context you want to configure permission.
Add users, groups project roles, and so on to view and edit permission. You can check “Grant to Any User” if you grant permission to anyone.
Please note users also need view permission to edit fields.
If you configure select type fields like select list or checkbox, create options to select.