Also, on atlassian FAQ we can read:
A JIRA user is any user that can log in to JIRA. Anonymous users may also be granted access and do not count against license totals.
A customer is an end user that will submit requests to your service desk. Customers don’t count as JIRA users, so you can have as many of them as you want!
So I'm not sure to understand difference bewteen user and customer... Does it mean that I can have many anonymous customer as I want? But what about registered customer? In fact, my customer have to be registered to contact support Team, does it mean that my end user will be customers or users? Illimited or not?
Thanks for your responses.
Service desk used to require your customers to be JIRA users, but Atlassian have recently changed the licence model to allow for "agent based licences" - this model says that you'd have a handful of Agents (with JIRA accounts and an Agent flag) who would deal with your service requests, and then your customers are able to raise service requests without having a JIRA account at all.
The anonymous access to JIRA is mostly to do with letting people see the main JIRA data without needing an account. Note that that is NOT service desk items, it's about plain JIRA data. Have a look at jira.atlassian.com - you can see issues in there without a login. That's anonymous access.
Nic is correct. In the new JIRA Service Desk pricing model:
If you spend enough time as a Jira admin - whether you are managing a single, mid-sized instance, a large enterprise one or juggling multiple instances at once - you will eventually find yourself in ...
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