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Is there a way to add a bunch of users to a group? We're using Cloud.

I need to add over 700 people to a few groups. I have their account names in a list. Is there a way to add them in bulk? (I don't want to have to add them one-by-one!)

I've seen some possible solutions for people on the Server version, but we're on the Cloud version.

Thanks, 

John Wilson

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That was the answer we needed – submit an Atlassian support ticket with an attached CSV file. They will import it and upload it into your Cloud instance. It should have the form: 

Username,Groupname
user1,jira-administrators
user 2,confluence-users
user3,JIRA Users
user3,confluence-users

I created the groups ahead of time. Don't know what would have happened if they didn't exist yet.

Hahahahaha is this still the most legit answer? 

John,

Please check out the CLI (Command Line Interface) tools from Bob Swift. It will allow you to perform many bulk operations for the Atlassian tools.

 

https://marketplace.atlassian.com/search?_ga=2.139201206.408359524.1517235793-735088774.1510598772&query=cli

 

Looking at it. Thanks for the suggestion.

Thanks for the suggestion, Tony. Those tools may work, but they have a large cost at our level of licenses. 

I found a couple of other options. The best one was to submit a support ticket to Atlassian. They said to send them a CSV file with the usernames and Jira group names. From the support tech's email:

"The CSV should have the structure below:

Username,Groupname
user1,jira-administrators
user 2,confluence-users
user3,JIRA Users
user3,confluence-users"

I sent it to them, they imported them, and we're done!

Thanks Atlassian!

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