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multiple atlassian stacks with 1 license 

in this article stating that you can log in to different stacks with SSO for 1 person, where you only pay for 1 license instead of 2 or 3.


The question is whether that is correct that this is possible and how this should work.


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Brant Schroeder
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Apr 06, 2023

@Youri Populiers Welcome to the Atlassian community

I am not interpreting the article the same way.  You need to be licensed for all applications that you use.  The article states that you can use a single SSO provider to login to your different applications.  For example if your company used Okta for SSO you could configure your Atlassian applications to use Okta for SSO and then users would only need to use Okta to authenticate.  

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