The Jira REST API is an essential asset for developers and teams integrating Jira with other existing services. But that type of innovation shouldn’t come at the cost of security.
Administrating Users and Groups in Jira in Confluence is very hard without bulk user actions. Find out examples of how to expedite your work.
API Tokens are a common replacement for user credentials: they’re more secure, more granular, and easier to control. Find out how to build them into your access to the Jira REST API.
Your audience is global, but your support team has a specific background. Automated translations embedded in Jira Service Management are the right platform to provide value across regions and linguistical divides.
Accessing the Jira REST API with username and password is a bad practice. Read about personal access tokens and other alternatives.
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