Configure site access

Invitation settings

The open invitation setting allows any user to invite additional users into your site. Sending invitations from within a product is currently only available in Stride.

As with Atlassian accounts created by administrators, new accounts created via invitations are granted default product access.

To enable open invitations:

  1. Go to  Site administration.
  2. Select Site access.
  3. Check the Users can invite others box and click Save changes.


Who can join your site

If you enable self signup:

  • Users that already have an Atlassian account will immediately be able to log in to your site from the Join site button.
  • Users that don't have an Atlassian account will have to create one first before logging in to your site.

Self signup, also known as public signup, allows your site visitors to immediately create their own user accounts. You might want this if you're running a public-facing site where only logged-in users are allowed to comment, for example.

If self signup isn't enabled, only administrators can create new accounts.

As with accounts created by administrators, new accounts created via self signup are granted default product access.

To enable self signup:

  1. Go to  Site administration.
  2. Select Site access.
  3. Choose the option you'd like under "Who can join your site" and click Save changes.

You can choose to:

  • restrict signup to users from specific email domains (domain restricted signup), or
  • allow anyone to sign up (no restrictions).

Note that:

  • Some email domains are blacklisted for domain restricted signup, for example @gmail.com.
  • CAPTCHA is enabled by default when you turn on self signup.

You can also choose whether administrators should receive an email when a new account is created.



Last modified on Nov 16, 2018

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