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Move JSD customer to organisation

I have customers that were created automatically by mail channel.

All automatically created ones are within the root and not within their organisation (which is so far clear why ;-).

Now I want to clean that up and move them to their specific organiations but there is no action at all in no dialog to move a customer to am organisation? Just to create a user within an organisation?

Best,
M.

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Jack Community Leader Apr 03, 2018

If you click on the Organization under the Customers menu and use "Add Customer" it will simply move them if they exist in 'root'. I wish you could simply have a check box where you could move multiple from root but it doesn't exist. :-(

Hey Jack,

thanks a lot...that is really...well...completely un-intuitive ;-)

But thanks a lot, that solved my issue.

Best,

Matthias

Hey Jack,

i tried this, but after adding the customer to the organisation i had to customers with the same e-mail. The origin customer without organisation and the new one with the organisation.

I don't understand this :(

@Matthias Fleschütz has it worked for you?

Best,

Robert

Jack Community Leader Dec 14, 2018

@Robert Fink, Yes. If I have a remnant customer not in an org then if I go to the organization and click Add customer and use the exact same email then they are moved into the Organization.

Now I will say I have another odd bug where I cannot add some customers into an org and I have a theory of the cause and plan to research it asap. But I have never seen it create a new duplicate customer before.

So we can add them by just simply re-inviting them into the group. But does it send out an email to them or just push them over to that group by default? I don't want to send out more invites.

Also I have been adding people to the groups and it seems to put them in the default also at times and give them permissions. How do you stop that from happening.

I have used this method stated above and it worked for the most part but I have a few people that moved but left in the default also. So now they are in two places. Anyone know a solution to make them move permanently? 

Jack Community Leader Jun 03, 2019

@ageister , take a close look at one of the 'customers' listed at the root level. Inspect them under Jira settings > User management. See if they exist there.

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@Jack  Thank you I had to get help with someone with more access. But this seems to be right they were getting licensed by default which was moving them to the default area and not putting them in the group selected. 

We need to use the username and there is no autocomplete, not very user-firendly. Is there a better solution?

Jack Community Leader Nov 29, 2018

@Edmondo Porcu, just an FYI that it is generally best to open a new question when there is an Accepted Answer. The reason for this is that your request will not receive the same visibility. Only those that have engaged on the existing question will be notified and even then if they have their notifications enabled to see new activity on such questions. In this case I'm the only one seeing this but you are in luck because I received an email alerting me. :-)

Regarding your question - unfortunately know. I hate that this is the case. TBH, Organizations and how Customers are associated to them needs some attention for sure and I hope that Atlassian eventually does something about this. What I would like to personally see are the following:

  1. the ability to select multiple customers w/in the Customers view and then act on them, e.g. move them to an org.
  2. the ability to associate customers to an org based upon domain
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