Hello @Shawn Phillips,
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On admin.atlassian.com when accessing an Organization or on User management, there is no OAuth indeed.
On Atlassian Cloud (using Atlassian access), you can use Authentication policies, SAML for example, but there is no OAuth specifically.
Can you please let us know more details about what you are looking for? Did you find this information on some documentation? If so, please, share with us because it can be related to Server or maybe is outdated.
Thank you for the details, Shawn.
The consumer key was deprecated a while ago and I found the information only on old Server documentation.
To link Jira to another tool, it does require a Consumer key (OAuth key) as well as a Public key. These keys are not stored by Atlassian, the user generates them from their environment, and setup the connection.
Please, follow the steps of the documentation below to link Jira and the Quadient tool:
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