Is it still not possible to change the email address for an account associated with a Google account? What are we supposed to do when the email address changes, but the person remains the same? Is there any way to migrate data (issues, comments, etc) from one user to a new user?
As mentioned in the FAQ below:
I'm afraid it's not possible to change the email associated with your atlassian ID. However, you can move your licenses from one Atlassian account to another as per the steps mentioned here:
Additionally, you may want to contact Atlassian's sales team to assist you further on this case.
I have just started to evaluate the Atlassian products for my own software development, with great hopes, but I have hit this issue straight away. It does not give me much confidence in the software or the company, when such a simple, common and fundamental requirement (just being able to change your own email address) has not been properly anticipated and accommodated. I'm very disappointed. Furthermore, this has apparently been tolerated by Atlassian (surely software development experts) for over 2 years. I can't imagine a good reason... It looks bad. I hope Atlassian can provide a satisfactory explanation, or fix this soon.
Still seems this is not possible, along with a bunch of other issues with Atlassian tool integration. While at surface level they appear to be well integrated this doesn't seem to go much beyond a marketing exercise. Once you did a little deeper the disconnect between JIRA, Confluence and Bitbucket becomes glaring.
I signed up for bitbucket and hipchat - then realized what I wanted was ondemand. So I deleted both accounts, but the OnDemand signup still was telling me I had a bitbucket account - which I didn't - I tried the "forgot password" form and it said 'no such account.' So I figured - I'll just use something temporary at a catch-all domain. I didn't realize I'd be locked into that. If I have to go and delete everything and build it again - that's gonna suck - and make me just want to do the 'delete everything' step and just forget the 'build it again' step :-(
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