Jira License

I applied for a "10 users free trial" license for students (because i'm a student)
What i got was a "unlimited users" license.

i'm confused, do i have to pay afterwards or something?

This is where i applied for my 'free' license:

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Daniel Wester Community Champion Apr 23, 2015

A community license usually has up to 2000 seats (I think it's just easier for them to give a large number of seats rather than deal with the upgrades that people would need over time).

I think you're good but if you want to verify your license details - sales@atlassian.com is probably your best bet.

Atlassian states that i have a " Unlimited Users [Legacy]: Community License "


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@Daniel Wester [Wittified] is correct. In addition to his asnwer, if you'd like you can create a support ticket for the customer advocates so they can help with license questions as well.

Just go to https://support.atlassian.com and choose the project "Customer Advocates" and they will help with with sales/license related questions.



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