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Enable a user managed app with no modules

Looking for guidance on how to enable a user managed app that has no modules.

We've installed Calendar for Confluence but the option to enable it is not present under User-Installed Apps and when adding it to a Page the Allow Access Button is blocked.  Any thoughts on this? 


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Fabio Racobaldo _Herzum_
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Apr 30, 2022

Hi @Kelly Caekaert ,

welcome to the atlassian community!

First of all, could you clarify if you are talking about ? If so, you need to be a site admin because that app must run on both JIRA and Confluence.

here a complete guide :

How to install

  1. Follow the link to get access and install Calendar for Confluence, click 'Get App';
    1. At the moment it's the only way to install Forge apps that must run on Jira and Confluence at the same time. 
    2. You have to be site-admin on given instance.. 

  2. Choose the environment where the app will be installed;
  3. Click 'Install'.
  4. Navigate to Confluence Cloud. Create a new page. Add Calendar for Confluence as a new macro (before allowing access Calendar for Confluence will be unavailable). 
  5. Publish the page.
  6. Allow the app to Access Jira issues in next way:  
    1. Press “Allow access“ → you’ll be redirected to access page.

    2. Press “Accept“ button → you’ll be redirected back to Confluence page.

    3. Calendar will be available.


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