With a Google applications account, which are my actual login credentials?

 I'm trying to use cardboardit.com to import data from Jira. However, I haven't been able to figure out what the correct login credentials are. I usually just login with my Google account. This however, does not seem to work with cardboardit.com. What are my actual login credentials when using a Google account to login to Jira?

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Okay, I figured it out. When only using your Google account, you apparently do not have user credentials to login through the API. I created a password for my user, and then it just worked.

 

Thanks for your help!

You are more than welcome, do you mind to mark the desired reply as the answer so we can close this post :)?

How did you create a password?

Hey Jason,

Well, I'm not a pro with cardboard however, as far as the tutorial goes all you need to do is to use an account that have permission in JIRA when using cardboard integration tool:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_eIY5uwwBI

One thing you could try for a test purpose is to create a internal account in JIRA that have full permission to browse your projects (or administrative privileges) and try the procedure on above tutorial again.

If it fails again, send a screenshot of in which part you are stuck so we can have more ideas wink.

Thanks and Regards,
Lavitz - the guy that uses Confluence on Windows as a Hobby!

I think you can validate that into Confluence Admin > Users and search for your email. This search will bring you all users tied up to that email, that should give you the username tied to your email smile:

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Hope it helps.

Thanks and Regards,
Lavitz - the guy that uses Confluence on Windows as a Hobby!

Gotcha, that workaround might get me in the door. I still would like to know how to find out my actual username and password. Can this be done in JIRA user management?

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