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What is my cloud id


According to this documentation In order to use the api the specified URL would be{cloudid}/{api}. What is {cloudid} and {api} referencing and where do I find them within my site?


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Sep 25, 2018

Hi Simran,

As referred to the OAuth 2.0 authorization code grants (3LO) for apps documentation:  

  • client_id: (required) Set this to the Client ID for your app. Find this in App details for your app in app managementFor example, 11223344-a1b2-3b33-c444-def123456789
  • {api} is the base path and name of the API. For example, /rest/api/2/project for the project endpoint in the Jira REST API. 

Hope this explains

Cheers, Syauqi

The atlassian team response seems to be incorrect or perhaps outdated? -- it would seem you need to make a request to with your token to get your "cloudId"(comes back as "id") -- which is NOT your apps client_id.


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I did not succeed with the above approach to get the cloud id.

One other easy way to get the cloud id is to go to

Click on your "site" of interest and you will get the Cloud id in the URL 

Resulting URL Example:<Your_cloud_id>users

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easiest way to do so. thank you!

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Jan 12, 2023

@Johan Eckerstrom - _Eficode_ hey I'm unable to access sites from the URL you shared, can you please check if it is still working for you?

Hi,  when call this : 

return all jira site, but i want to get only the datanet of the one i selected from sending code․ what can I do?

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May 30, 2023

The simplest way to find your site's Cloud Id is via:

Which, when you replace "my-site-name" with your Jira's site name, will return the following


 This is really poorly documented, and the only mention I saw of it was a one liner on the new Forms API docs

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