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  1. Confluence Data Center
  2. CONFSERVER-37884

Ability to grant higher permissions for pages than their parent permission (restrict <-> grant)



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      Atlassian Update - 30 January 2024

      Hi everyone,

      This is Charlie from the Confluence team. Thank you for your interest in this suggestion.

      After reviewing this ticket and weighing it up against our other opportunities, we have decided to transition it to 'Gathering interest' as we don't have plans to work on this in the near term.

      Please continue to vote and watch this suggestion if it is important to your team, as we regularly review highly ranked tickets as potential roadmap items.

      To learn more about our recent investments in Confluence Data Center, please check our public roadmap and our dashboards containing recently resolved issues, and current work and future plans.

      Kind regards,
      Confluence Data Center

      The basic use-case is to allow anonymous access to a single page within an otherwise restricted space. See: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/95242/how-to-grant-anonymous-access-only-to-a-single-page-in-confluence

      Currently you can only restrict pages, but you can't explicitly grant permissions.

      Note: This issue seems to differ from CONFSERVER-7089 only in phrasing, but since it has acquired substantial votes, it won't be closed as a duplicate.


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