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For Server/DC, Help -> About will give you the version.
For Cloud, there is a short answer - you're using "latest"
Cloud services are upgraded every few weeks (the usual number you will hear is 6 weeks, but it's often fewer than that).
Why do you think you need the current version? (I'm being nosy here, I'd like to know why you're asking, as it doesn't affect how you are using it, or any apps you have added)
I'm afraid your "audit" purposes are a waste of time if you are on Cloud.
The version can, and will, change every 5-8 weeks, more frequently if there is a security issue.
Your auditors are essentially wasting their time and your money. To put it in the most simple terms - "you have subscribed to a service". How that is run, upgraded, improved and versioned is irrelevant, all your auditors need to know is "we use Atlassian Cloud"
Those are the application links to other systems, not the software installed.
Again, for Server/DC, Help -> About will give you the version, and on Cloud, you're using "latest"
Sorry, but no, it won't. You're relying on someone having created an application link to a server or DC system, which they may not have done, and the version you see in the application links screen is the version of the linked system, not the current one.
You need to go to "help -> about", or the system information page or the "manage applications" or "manage apps" to see what versions of the software you are using. (again, server/DC only, on cloud, you're always on "latest")