I would like to change our entire Confluence instance to display first name, surname globally when you use the @ user mention feature.
I know you can do it manually each time you use the @ function, but I'd like to expand that functionality for all users.
You can default how the user's name appears.
If you manage users locally on your Jira / Confluence instance, you could update the users' names to be "name, surname" and this will default how they show in @ mentions.
If you are managing your users by LDAP or similar, this answer might be of use, which shows an issue and possible resolutions to it.
It depends if you've verified a domain or not.
You can see on ID-6415 a full explanation of where identification changes to Cloud modified what an Admin can or cannot do to a user's account.
A user can modify their own name. As a user:
If you're an Administrator and have not claimed the domain, you can suggest modifications a user is free to accept or ignore:
Finally, for more on Organizations and verified domains, see this page which has lots of useful information :)
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