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  1. Confluence Data Center
  2. CONFSERVER-7089

create the ability to 'add' page permissions for users and groups


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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.

      We're considering this suggestion as a potential addition to our longer-term roadmap. We intend to review this request in about 12 months time, at which point we'll provide any relevant updates.

      For the near future, we've decided to prioritise other areas of Confluence Data Center.

      You can read more about how we prioritise what to implement here.

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      This is the ability to add page permissions for users and groups at the page level. This is different than issue CONF-3701 which talks about restricting permissions.

      In many instances customers have offered a scenario where they have a somewhat restricted space but want to open up individual pages to a larger audience. For instance a technical team might want to open up a specification page to a larger audience, but don't want to open up everything and don't want to create a new space just for the spec. page.

      This might be similar to a scaled down version of the process by which users and groups are given access to view and edit spaces....though this feature would be just for individual pages with the control most likely being offered on the page itself, as with the ability to restrict access.

      This is a related issue, though not clearly defined: CONF-5682

      There is also the case where a page needs to be open to viewing by anonymous users in a space which is otherwise inaccessible. If this issue were implemented, the UI should allow permitting anonymous access. (This was originally raised as CONF-10316.)

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            bpatterson Brendan Patterson [Atlassian]
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