We, as a small company, want to start with JIRA Service Management free version before buying the premium product. I can see there is a limit of 3 agents, however, it does day nothing about any restrictions on the number of team members. I have two questions:
We have 6 people in the team to assist others with various incidents and tickets.
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Can you define “team member“? With JSM you have agents and customers. In the free version you get three agents and an unlimited number of customers. So if your team members are actually customers then you should be fine. However customers do not have access to the application except via the portal.
Now you also can have collaborators if you are using JSW. In this case any licensed Jira software users can be set up to browse and comment on GSM issues
Thank you for your quick response. I am still learning the terms here, my apologies. Just to clarify, after an agent assigns a ticket/request to someone internal to address the issue, I called that "internal person" a team member.
Customer would be the person who lodges a complaint or incident, and it could be both internal or external. Now, here comes my question: how many people we can have in a team to attend the incidents, after an agent redirects those incidents to a respective team or teams?
No worries, JSM takes time to learn.
in your case I would say “team members” are actually agents since they would be assigned to issues.
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