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We've installed Statuspage successfully for my organization but have yet to roll out access. Wondering if removing default groups in my organization from the product access page from StatusPage will affect those groups' access to other products. After installing I'm seeing that there is a statuspage-users and statuspage-administrators group already available. Could I just use those groups and remove the existing groups we have? We have administrators and site-admins groups that were automatically added to Statuspage. We don't want to mess up existing user's access to other products that use these groups.
Edit: Please confirm whether removing access for a group within status page will not affect access to other applications within Atlassian like Confluence, Jira etc.
Indeed we've been recommending our customers to remove the product and administration access for the site-admins group as they are eating the team member allocation for your Statuspage organization, and some of our customers don't want this to happen. Removing the site-admin group's product and administrator access from Statuspage doesn't affect other products like Jira or Confluence as this setting will only apply for the Statuspage organization you have.
Hope that would help, and please, feel free to let us know if anything else comes up, we would be happy to help!
Emirhan from Statuspage
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