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I know basically what Jira and Confluence are and what they can do but have never used either at all. We're a start up and I'm looking to use them to pull together everyone from the founder to the developers. We have .ppt, .doc, sketch and other reference data and need to get it into confluence and Jira to get to Jira-style collaboration vs. Google-style which just isn't going to cut it for us.
We have a space that was created by a product owner that left the company, but it was only set up, and not used for much. Can I somehow take control and become the "creator"/admin of the space..... So many questions....
You'll need to figure out who is your Org & Site Admin under users. Scroll down through the users list until you find a name that has that suffix.
That person is the Keymaster. Start there. That person will have all the access permissions needed to set you up. Hopefully it isn't the person who left.
If you run into that, here's the process to becoming the key master (love this reference @Danno).
Welcome to the Community, @John Walker !
I noticed that our wonderful Community leaders & Marketplace partners have already guided you to the right path on how to get started.
For any further questions related to Jira and Confluence products, I would suggest you to join the relevant product collections & groups on the community, so that you can get dedicated support from the community members.
Hope you have a great learning and sharing experience here!
@John Walker Welcome to the Community!
You already have some wonderful advice from the others here. I'll just echo , don't be afraid to keep asking questions here. People will be more than happy to help you find your way.
@John Walker Welcome!
My two tips would be