We have a fully working Atlassian Access/Okta integration at this time. The one downfall we're facing is that we have significantly fewer Confluence users as we do Jira users. In the pre-built integration, you can show or hide Jira and Confluence for all users. There is no way to hide the tile for users that aren't assigned an actual license (that I'm aware of).
Is there an SP-initiated login URL I could use as a Bookmark-app and hide Confluence from the default integration? The number of access requests we're seeing is a bit ridiculous. Or perhaps a 'Generic' configuration that I could use to separate the tiles?
This might be a better suggestion for Okta, as they control the behavior of the Atlassian application on the Okta dashboard. We have raised the limitations of the current Atlassian tile with them but don’t have a timeline on a potential solution.
The best solution today is to set up a bookmark app for that points to id.atlassian.com, this will redirect users to start.atlassian.com post-SAML handshake. From there they can select any of the apps they have access to on the Atlassian (or jump straight to a page or issue!)
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