User Deactivator Documentation Administrator Guide Current: User Browser Comparison: Jira vs Confluence vs Crowd vs User Deactivator User Browser Comparison: Jira vs Confluence vs Crowd vs User Deactivator Searching to apply Bulk User OperationsThis article explains in detail the advantages of the User Deactivator's user browser, included in the compared to Jira, Confluence, and Crowd.The user browser can be found in the Bulk User OperationsIt's designed to find any subset of users whose group memberships or general access to the application need to be modified.Use ExamplesThe user browser allows administrators to:Make complex searchesAdministrate users in bulk, for example:deactivating all the resulting usersassigning users to one or more groups, orremoving them from one or more groupsComparisonSummary Comparison MatrixThe table below summarizes the main characteristics of the user browsers in Jira, Confluence, Crowd, and User Deactivator.JiraConfluenceCrowdUser DeactivatorFilter by NameFilter by Status (Active/Inactive)Filter by Last Activity Date Filter by GroupFilter by Multiple GroupsExclude GroupsFilter by DirectoryBulk User Operations1. Confluence's User Browser The search box in Confluence's user browser will find matches in either the name, email, or username.ElementsName EngineSupported actionsFind users by basic user detailsUnsupported actionsSpecify the type of match, i.e. in the domainFilter by groupsIdentify each user's groupsBulk actions, such as deactivating inactive usersSearch resultsFull NameUsernameE-mail2. Jira's User BrowserJira's user browser presents additional filters by group or status, and offers more information about each user:Groups for each userLogin detailsElementsName engineSpecify a groupSpecify with Jira applicationSpecify Active or Inactive usersSpecify Users per pageSupported actionsFind users by basic user detailsFind users by groupFilter by StatusUnsupported actionsSpecify more than one groupExclude groupsOperate in bulkSearch resultsFull nameUser nameE-mailGroupsLogin Details (Last login and login count)ApplicationsDirectory3. Crowd's User BrowserCrowd has the ability to find users in different directories, but its search engine only combines text matches in the user details with a filter by status.ElementsName engineDirectoryUser statusSupported actionsFind users by basic user detailsFilter by directoryFilter by StatusUnsupported actionsFind users within a specific groupExclude groups from the resultsOperate in bulkSearch across directoriesSearch resultsNameUser NameE-mail4. User Deactivator's User BrowserUser Deactivator presents a more granular user browser under the Bulk User Operations tab.Some of the benefits of using this browser include:making complex searches by groupspotting users with Active status who haven't accessed the application since a specified datefinding users independently of the corresponding directory, for example in SSO scenarios with multiple IdPs Reminder User Deactivator is available for Jira, Confluence, and Bitbucket. Searches will return users of the application where the app is installed. ElementsTime since last activityActivity StatusIn Group filterNot in group filterApplication AccessUsers per pageName engineSupported actionsFind users by basic user detailsFilter by statusSearch across directoriesFind users inactive since a specific dateSearch users by group(s)Exclude groupsOperate in bulkUnsupported actionsFilter by directorySearch resultsFull nameUser nameGroupsDetails (Last login and login count)ApplicationsDirectory SAML Single Sign-On is available for Atlassian Server & Atlassian Data Center products. Our Jira Data Center, Confluence Data Center, Bitbucket Data Center, Jira Server, Confluence Server, Bitbucket Server and other apps are all available on the Atlassian Marketplace.