Similar to most Atlassian products, you can now manage your Trello Enterprise members on admin.atlassian.com.
Start learning how to use admin.atlassian.com with the resources below.
Understand roles and product permissions on admin.atlassian.com
If you're an Enterprise admin, you’re automatically assigned a product admin role on admin.atlassian.com.
As an Enterprise admin, you’ll still be able to monitor your Workspace, manage security settings, and other functions on the Trello Enterprise admin dashboard.
To manage SSO, you need to be an organization admin.
Manage your members on admin.atlassian.com
To provide your users with a seat on your Trello Enterprise license, give your users access.
Remove access to a single product for groups of users.
Remove access to multiple products for groups of users.
To prevent a user from accessing any Atlassian services, deactivate the user’s managed account.
To permanently delete a user from Atlassian, delete their account instead.
To update a user’s details, email address, and more, make changes to a managed user account.
Sync your users easily with SCIM user provisioning
To help manage your users, you can now access SCIM provisioning to integrate your user directory. You’ll need to be an organization admin to use SCIM.
If you run into any issues with SCIM or API, check these troubleshooting steps.
Changes in APIs
If your organization uses API to automate certain functions, some of the APIs might not work anymore due to the ability to manage users in Atlassian Administration. Ask your developers to check the list to make sure your APIs are still supported.
Changes in Trello Workspace Invitation Workflows
Enterprise users who have had their Enterprise product access removed (previously refereed to a deactivated user in Trello) will no longer be blocked from being invited to an Enterprise Workspace as a Member or Guest. If you would like to restrict who can invite non-Enterprise Members to a Enterprise Workspace, see Workspace Invite Restrictions.
Changes to the Trello Admin Dashboard
Moving forward, you’ll no longer see the “Deactivated accounts” tab under “Account Administration”. Any Enterprise user who has had their Enterprise product access revoked will appear instead in the “Free managed accounts” tab.
Continue learning about admin.atlassian.com
This document is just a starting point to help you learn how to do the functions you used to do on the Trello Enterprise admin dashboard. When you’re ready to learn more about the Atlassian Administration, read the rest of the documentation.
If you aren’t able to manage your Trello Enterprise members and product permissions on Atlassian Administration yet, try these instructions instead: