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Craftware JIRA commons, what pluagin is it?

I want to reduce the amount of installed plugins on our Jira. We have "Craftware JIRA commons" in the User-installed category and I wasn't able to find any information about "Craftware JIRA commons". Anybody knows why it needs and can I remove it or not?

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Shannon S Atlassian Team Jan 10, 2020

Hi Michael, 

Thank you for reaching out.

I'm not too familiar with that vendor personally, but if I search "craftware" on marketplace, it leads me to this vendor:

I'm wondering if maybe the vendor changed their name. Do you have any of those add-ons installed on your Jira site?



@Shannon S thanks. I've just removed it and everything ok.

Shannon S Atlassian Team Mar 05, 2020

Hi Michael,

Thank you for confirming that! Glad everything is alright for you.

Take care, and have a pleasant rest of your week.


I had the same query recently, the answer is the Craftware plugins were taken over by the Addonrock vendor.

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