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I currently use a different Agile tool and I often compare it with others such as JIRA and the associated tools. However, in order to really evaluate Atlassian one needs longer than 7 days(30days is no better). It's a pathetic amount of time to try a make such a large decision. One has only just scratched the surface and then the trial is over. Can you not just create a introduction plan that allows up to 3 users full access to everything with a limited amount of storage for example. This way, we could try it out in anger and make a proper informed decision. If it takes 3 months, so be it. You'll get  more customers that way.

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HI Paul, I agree with Sash. I have my own instance of JIRA I pay $10/month for. I use it test, learn, you know as a sandbox. You can have up to 10 people on it. For 3 months that is $30. Then if you need to test agile, another $10/month. You can't buy education for that. Try it.


They (Atlassian) have 10 user plans which you can use, not expensive at all (like 10$ a month, unless you fill it with 3rd party plugins). 

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