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For Add-in do I need to cover all users for an admin level tool such as Power Scripts?

For Add-in do I need to cover all users for an admin level tool such as Power Scripts?

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Jens Schumacher - Released_so
Marketplace Partner
Marketplace Partners provide apps and integrations available on the Atlassian Marketplace that extend the power of Atlassian products.
Feb 21, 2023

Hi @Tom.groenwald 

Welcome to the community. 

For better or worse, Atlassian Apps can only charge per user and must match the Atlassian host product license. To quote from the documentation:

'Paid via Atlassian' app licenses have to exactly match the Atlassian host product license. For example, if a customer has a Confluence license for 500 users, they need to purchase the same license for apps.

On the plus side, it does keep the pricing simple. However, to customers it might seem like they are paying for a 100 user license when only 10 users will actively use the App. 

However, what you will find is that the prices have been adjusted to accomodate for that.

Take Power Scripts for example:

  • A 100 user license costs $155, or $1.55/user
  • Assuming only 10 users actively Power Scripts, the cost per user changes to $15.50/user.

Arguably the app is worth $15.50/user considering the time it saves those individuals. And of course, as the number of users scales up, the per user price generally comes down.


To summarise. Yes, you need to cover all users, even for admin level tools. But the per-user prices of these tools have been adjusted lower to account for that. 


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