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what are the steps to get a JIRA account?


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Hi @Godfrey II 


Can you tell exactly what you want to do.

JIRA Account means what your trying to say?


What are the steps to get a JIRA acsess account?

as you can see, Jira admin cannot be contacted using the form - see attached or sniff.

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Depends on what you mean by "Jira account", but assuming you mean "access to a specific Jira system", you will need to either

  • Use the "sign up" option (which is only available on systems where the admins have enabled it)
  • Contact the admins or owners of the system and ask them

1. What are the steps to get a JIRA access account?

2. Use the "sign up" option - NOT available.

3. Contact the admins or owners of the system and ask them - The front page doesn't tell me about Jira admin or even a contact number. can you see the sniff pic?

  1. As above
  2. Ok
  3. Not a clue what you mean by "sniff pic".  As you don't have anything on the page to tell you, you're going to need to ask other users, or the person who asked you to use this Jira.

1. can you pls send me the "sign up" option as I cant see it in my window?

You need to contact the admins or owners and ask them, as you can't see a sign up.

I really cannot tell you more than that.  Cloud alone has 125,000 separate Atlassian systems in use, and there are plenty of server/DC systems out there too. You have not told us which one(s) you want access to.

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