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Your budget is already stretched too thin, and it may only take one inactive user to overrun your current tier. Keep only the users who are actually accessing your Atlassian applications. Pay for what you truly need.

User Deactivator Keep only the users who are actually accessing your Atlassian applications
Define rules to deactivate inactive users

Automatic user deactivation

Define rules to deactivate inactive users that will run every 24 hours

Warn users of their expiration

Decide whether users are entirely deactivated or removed from their Jira and/or Confluence groups
Warn users of their expiration
Powerful user browser with a flexible combination of multiple criteria

User browser

Powerful user browser with a flexible combination of multiple criteria to find the exact users that must be deactivated.

Great support for inactivating users automatically based on last activity date! Simple to use and I like the email report.

Morena Diallo

Bulk user operations

Apply bulk user actions to the results in the user browser, either by selecting the entire list or cherry picking your users.

Bulk User Operations

Expiration Emails

Warn users that they are about to be deactivated by choosing the number of days in advance to send the email.

Force Admin Deactivation

By default, admins will not be disabled, but you can force deactivations if that's what you need.

This applies to component and project leads in Jira, space admins in Confluence and project and repository admins in Bitbucket.

Deactivation Reports

Receive a full list with the deactivated accounts into your email.

Select between multiple identity providers

Decide how your users will be redirected to their relevant Identity Provider.

Select between multiple Identity Providers
Admin-friendly interface

Admin-friendly interface

Developed with a community of 7,000+ Atlassian administrators.