I've signed up for a Free Jira Cloud account. I tested a bit around, and then didn't log in for a while. Then I got some problems logging in, and might have tried to sign up again
Now I only get the message "You've already requested access - We already notified the admin of your access request for Jira on [my jira url]"
I do try to log in with my Admin user - so what to do next?
When I clear the cache, local storage and session - I get the login page, but when I enter my email address/password for my admin account - I get the message above again.
Any idea how to get access to my jira site again?
Thanks for reaching out about your access issues. I'm trying to narrow down which site you're having trouble accessing and need some clarification.
Which site are you attempting to gain access to?
This will help us further investigate the issue.
Now I cannot log in as the user that started this post, - Community opened up with another, new profil for me. And does not seem to include my posts and responses. I'm not sure that you can see the responses from this, new user, either.
I have not registered a new user now - so wonder why I was logged in with my user with some posts and responses yesterday, and today community opens with a new one?
It's the j---b.atlassin.net site I need access to and want to use. The other one was a Trial account I signed up for, for testing. That can be deleted.
It sounds like you're having an account issue which we need to resolve before testing your access again. Could you please review the following article to log yourself out of all devices and test again:
Let me know once you get your account logged out then back in and retest access to your site.
I logged out from my one device - was able to log in again
When logged inn I was logged in to a whole new site, that I've never set up:
And I got all startup questions, and possibility to create my first project etc.
Log in didn't connect me to my site:
It looks like you might have your two accounts mixed up.
The account you used to access s----v.atlassian.net only has access to that one site.
Your other account (That you posted this question as) is the one which has access to the j----b.atlassian.net site.
I guessed I had 2 accounts, but I created one trial account for g----m.atlassian.net first and a real free version for j----b.atlassian.net later. I have never created an atlassian site called s-----v.atlassian.net - I dont recognice that site at all - so don't understand where that came from. So might be that I have 3 accounts? And they have the same username and password?
Could you please delete every account that's not the j----b.atlassian.net, so I end up at that site when I log in?
Unfortunately, we won't be able to remove your accounts via Community.
However, there are options to self-serve your site and account deactivation, we would warn you to proceed cautiously completing the following as this will remove your account and sites.
You'll need to cancel your sites/subscriptions before you disable an account, to do this complete the following: Cancel your site subscription
If the account you're wanting to disable is a managed account, then you'll need to follow Deactivate a managed account.
If this is a personal or unmanaged account, then proceed with the following to delete the account(s): Delete your Atlassian account
Again, we urge caution when complete the following. We would suggest you have all data exported/backup before removing accounts because these changes can and will be permanent.
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