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Teams in Advanced Roadmaps, can they be managed dynamically via Atlassian Access?


Can Teams be dynamically managed within an IAM system such as Atlassian Access? Are Teams in AR just a manual add/removal process of users? 


How does a team of 5000+ employees handle this with turnover? 

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Curt Holley
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Mar 15, 2022

Hi @Thomas Björklund 

No, I don't think that can be done....currently. I know Atlassian are working on creating a more holistic "Team" concept across their products, but that is about all I know at this point.

I like your idea though!!!

The other thing worth pointing out is, currently (and this IS likely to change) adding team members to the Shared Teams....does nothing. Other than providing a list of people in the team, it has no functional value in Jira.
So, currently no don't need to worry about team turnover as the Team concept in Jira (for now) does not relate directly to the people in the is just a virtual (team) concept.


Hopefully this...made sense?/is helpful??

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