Aminul, more informations...
If you cancel your subscription, the system image and the data stored in it will be deleted within 30 days. Data that's stored offsite will be deleted within 8 weeks.
The events that occur during account cancelation are:
If you'd like a backup of the data in your Atlassian Cloud site, see Import and export data.
More info: Data Storage.
Hello Aminul, Lemme try help you.
Archiving a project online means keeping all of the project's issue data in your live JIRA instance. The advantage of archiving a project online is that you can easily make the project accessible again if required.
There are two ways to archive a project online:
A 'hidden' project will still be visible via the 'Administration' menu, but it will no longer appear in the 'Browse Projects' list, and no-one will be able to search, view or modify any of the project's issues.
If you make a project read-only, the project will be visible via the 'Administration' menu, and will appear in the 'Browse Projects' list. The project's issues will be searchable and viewable, but no one will be able to modify them.
This content is from here https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver071/archiving-a-project-802592917.html
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Thanks Lameck for your prompt reply. I need to rephrase my question, my question was more about the JIRA subscriptions than Projects itself.
If I cancel my JIRA cloud subscription, what happens to my JIRA instance? Do Admin still has access to the instance or not accessible at all?
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