I have tremendeous problems beating the CAPTCHA system in Confluence. I am sure I am not the only one. This is very frustraiting when working on CAC or other public Confluence instances.
I propose that Atlassian accounts can be verified. Verified accounts should not be promted with a CAPTCHA.
I know how you feel about it, since it could take your time with the errors on the verification of both ID's asking for CAPTCHA. It's a good propose to take a look.
However, could you please clarify what kind of issues are we experiencing beating the CAPTCHA system in Confluence? May be we can find a possible way to avoid you to experience this kind of frustration.
My problems with CAPTCHA in Confluence is that it takes me from 2-5 tries to guess the text after trying a few strings. I don't consider myself to be handicapped in any way so that I should not have a problem with it or need any special aid.
I assume that Atlassian employees do not have to enter the CAPTCHA on COC. So you could try to enable it for all users. I am sure that you will discover what I am talking about very soon after :-)
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