Many JIRA users think that the tool is limited regarding its the level of permissions. Indeed, it is currently impossible to specify native permissions by issue type. This would come in quite useful in, for example, the “Browse projects” permission. In this case, how do you apply this permission to an issue type, or even better, to certain people in a same project? At a glance, it seems like 'mission impossible'. It should come as no surprise then that you may encounter visibility or confidentiality issues. It might even be necessary to restructure one or more JIRA projects in order to segment the content. While you can find several ways to avoid this, most of them will be quite complex to implement and not always an ideal solutions over the long-term. Let’s see how to fill this void with a quick and simple method that is one of the many possible uses of the nFeed add-on.