Pretty sure I know the answer is that anyone who can login, counts against the user count for the license, but thought I'd get confirmation in hopes that is wrong! Or possibly a different way to go about it?
This is for self-hosted Confluence Server
TLDR: For convenience sake autofill username/emails based on AD login for users that don't count against the user count for the license?
We have the starter 10 user license which is perfect for our current use case of a documentation vault. We have created a public space available only internally that we can share out with users that have questions or need a how-to type guide. So we can direct them there or share a link and they browse anonymously.
Since we utilize a different helpdesk ticketing system currently, I'd like to create a form on our public space where users can submit a ticket and it would just send their response to a specific email to generate the ticket. I am looking into Confiforms or Forms for Confluence.
It would be awesome to have their name and email address fields auto-populated. Is this possible without needing to up our license?
Sidenote - A form to help schedule trainings would be a great asset as well. Any quick thoughts on Confiorms vs Forms for Confluence or solution for that? This probably needs its own thread.
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