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Is there a way to know the name of someone when the account is showing up as
Former user (Deleted)
Could an Admin know?
Is the data totally gone for good?
There is a need to change this behavior such that the name of the person should still be available through a tool tip or something.
Hi @Paul Dunn hope all is well. Welcome to community.
@Jack Brickey I believe he is talking about the page owner in confluence.
if you are referring to Confluence page owner this can be updated now. Typically any time a user is no longer in the system it retains their data and will show (deactivated) after a user name is where it is present. From there a confluence admin or space admin can reassign page ownership.
Here is n article bout page ownership.
if your in Jira you can query assignee in inactiveUsers() and get a list of inactive users and see how assignee looks with a user no longer present or has access.
hope this helps
Ah yes of course! Still the deactivate vs. delete is the preferred method of removing a user. Definitely look back at page history for clues to original ownership.