If I am no longer a Confluence User, will my pages and diagrams I created be lost?

Hi,

I am using JIRA and Confluence on Demand, I have created a new username and I wish to operate using that one. I copied my personal space pages across and managed to change all my JIRA issues under my old username to the new one.

The old username is no longer a JIRA user, only a Confluence user. I want to deactivate that user but I just want some advice, will I lose the pages I created with that username (old one) and my gliffy diagrams if I untick that box meaning that user will no longer be a Confluence user?

The deactivate box is not showing up for me. Not sure why, but thought if I could deactivate it, that would be a safe way to keep all the pages I created and save the Gliffy diagrams from being deleted.

Your help would be much appreciated.

Thanks,

Shreena

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Hi Shreena,

If you just remove application access from your old username all of the content that was added by it will remain, nothing will be removed. :)

Removing application access is safe, but you should avoid deleting them completely, as that will make their personal space difficult to access (but still present).

Cheers,

Matt

Or is there a way in Confluence OnDemand, where I can change the owner of pages to my new username?

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