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Not all new accounts belong to people who are "new to JIRA"

I posted on the forum last week and my user was tagged "New to JIRA". While it was a new account, I've used JIRA at other places in the past. So I wasn't really New to JIRA.

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Monique vdB Community Manager Jun 27, 2018

@Kevin Verre I think the tag you're thinking of is "I'm New Here" which is for users who are new to the community -- not necessarily to our products! It helps us give a little extra welcome and pointers to our new users and disappears once you've posted three times. (Yours seems to be gone, but welcome to the community anyway!) 

The place you're posting right now is the "New to Jira" collection, which definitely is more geared towards Jira newbies or basic questions about the product. Our main Jira collection is here

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