You can use JIRA to manage it's own users, or you can connect JIRA to an external user management system. You can also use JIRA as a user management system for other Atlassian products, so that your users have the same login details for all their Atlassian products.
This section covers all aspects of using JIRA for user management. Learn everything from how to create and view a user, to deactivation and monitoring user activity.
Learn which groups exist by default when you install a JIRA application as well as how to create, edit, and delete groups, add users to groups,. This section also covers assigning permissions to JIRA functions.
Advanced user management
Learn about the advanced user management features in JIRA, such as allowing other Atlassian products to connect to JIRA for user management, enabling public signup, and user management limitations and recommendations.
Learn more about your JIRA user directory and how to connect to external directories for external user management.
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See centralized user management .