The difference between Trial version and licensed version & Add-on Issues

Hello, there are two questions that I would like to ask.

    1. I am planning to purchase Server version of JIRA (including Agile + Tempo + Service Desk)
      Currently, I am utilizing trial version (cloud version). If I buy the licensed one, will there by any difference (ex: some features are not included in trial version, etc.)? I know the difference between server and cloud. Then, what is the difference between Trial Cloud/Server version and Purchased Cloud/Server version?
    2. Let's assume that I bought only JIRA + JIRA Agile first (licensed server version). Then is it possible to buy JIRA Service Desk later (licensed server version)? I would like to ask this just in case.


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No difference.

The only thing about the trial is that when it expires, you lost most of the "write" functions - you can't add users, or create new issues.  (And licencing it puts all of it back).

You can add new addons whenever you want as well.

Thank you so much for the quick response.

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