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Did Atlassian delete the product access counter screen ?!

Qu3ntin Rising Star Feb 11, 2019


Since recently we had a screen with product access counter in the product access tab.

That was a very useful screen to have the exact number of user for each product. Plus a quick way to look for account with product access (addon included) and revoke access directly in the list.

Now we have only the configuration screen for product access (there is improvement here by the way).

We can still use user search (but still no users counter...), however we have lost 2 features :

  • Counter for each product
  • Shortcut to revoke specific access directly in the users list


Was I the only one to use those features ?

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Daniel Eads Atlassian Team Feb 15, 2019

Hey Quentin,

Our teams are constantly working to optimize the UI experience in our Cloud products. I think some of what you may be after is in the Manage subscriptions page in Site Administration.

You can get there either through the UI:

 > Site administration > Billing > Manage subscriptions

or by URL:


This page contains counts for your active subscriptions:


The Manage users button takes you to the user list to modify who has application access, although this has been a bit of a mixed bag lately as the UI experience has been changing. My advise for user management would be to use well-defined groups for application access, then adding/removing people from the groups as needed.


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