In our company we are using Zephyr for JIRA for our test management. Now we would like to expand and use Zephyr tools for Confluence as well and are trying now to evaluate Zephyr Blueprints for Confluence add-on.
Installing this add-on practically does not provide any new features to Confluence. In order to run, we are required to install additional add-on called ZAPI for JIRA. This add-on adds extra charges and effectively doubles the price!
After installing the ZAPI in our JIRA test environment we are still not able to evaluate Zephyr for Confluence, because it states that "ZAPI plugin license is invalid".
First of all, I am very disappointed and rather unhappy from this kind of doing business.
And secondly, can somebody explain to me how can we simply evaluate this Zephyr for Confluence?
Being honest with you I think you would get a better output contacting zephry support directly trough bellow page:
Or shooting a email/phone call:
The evaluation process for most of the plugins I used in Confluence/JIRA where quite simple, I really don't know why this one is so complicated .
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