Can't trial Crucible after having purchased Fisheye

We have purchased multiple Atlassian tools in the past, including FishEye. We first run a trial of each tool of interest one by one to see how well it integrates and what features each provides.

We would like to do a trial on Crucible for a future purchase, but after having followed the instructions below, the license for Crucible still seems to be in a state reported as being 'Disabled'.

How can we obtain a trial license for Crucible?

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Hey there,

You can get a Crucible trial license by logging in to your Atlassian Account and clicking "new evaluation license"

Then, just copy the license to the "Crucible" licensing section of the Fisheye admin licensing screen.

Feel free to email if you have any troubles with this.


Thanks, that worked.

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