Atlassian Cloud User Audit

Sam Caldwell Atlassian Team Jun 12, 2015

I can see an audit report for Jira, and that's got a ton of detail. But most of the events describe Atlassian Cloud users, so the Audit Log event author is "Jira".

Is there a simple way to generate a report of Atlassian Cloud users, their groups, their creation dates, their creators, etc?

Or a report of user-permission events - group add/change/remove events, user add/change/remove events?

How do Atlassian Cloud admins audit end-user permissions?

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Sam Caldwell Atlassian Team Jun 12, 2015

(Note: The above question was posted on behalf of a user who reported issues with our spam list. I'm still trying to find the root cause of the problem, but as always work to help the customer first). --Sam

Thanks Sam!

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Jason Worley Atlassian Team Jul 10, 2015

We have an improvement request for the audit log: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/ID-57

Feel free to vote on it and add any comments/use cases you might have.

 

 

Thanks Jason. That's a good start! Whether or not there's an audit log with named users (and there should be!), I would still love to have some point-in-time reporting capability, and I don't think it exists.

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