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Marketplace apps can provide tremendous value to teams in Jira, Confluence and other Atlassian products. But, with apps available across several Atlassian products, it can be a challenge to get the overview needed to reduce redundancies and ensure your teams have access to the tools they need.
To help admins gain more control and visibility into apps, we’re excited to share some upcoming updates that will help admins view and manage apps more easily.
Site and org admins will soon see the following changes to the “Connected Apps” tab on admin.atlassian.com:
you should see more apps in the list of connected apps on admin.atlassian.com. We’ve added some types of apps to admin.atlassian.com which were previously only visible at the product level from within Jira or Confluence. With these apps visible from the Connected Apps tab on admin.atlassian.com, you can get a more complete overview of the connected apps in each of your Atlassian sites.
new quick links to documentation, licensing agreements, support, and more when you click into the apps on your list of connected apps
a new option to “configure” an app in the drop-down menus of apps that support configuration
buttons to install private or unlisted apps directly via the Connected Apps section of admin.atlassian.com, alongside the option do disable end user installs for 3LO (OAuth 2.0) apps (see below)
a new tab-based interface so you can quickly access connected app settings without scrolling to the bottom of the page (see above and below where you can now select “Installed apps” and “Settings”)
new filters so you can view apps based on install date and installer role, or even which apps need an update (see below)
With these changes, admins will be able to get a more complete view of your environment in the same place where you control and manage app settings. These changes are just the latest improvements on our journey to give admins more visibility and control over your Atlassian Cloud environment.