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We using Confluence 6.8 Server. We have setup a Community Forum Plug-in and setup our Space permissions so that users can edit pages thus create posts. But we noticed that users can edit another user's posts and this is a problem for us.
How can we prevent this from happening?
Hi @Dominique Rada,
I just started evaluating having Forums in our Confluence Space and this seems to be one of the only 2 plugins available. Could you already find an answer or solution to your question?
It would be really odd when others can edit the Posts/comments of others, even though that's exactly what Confluence is based upon (open editing for all, controlled by permissions). But this is not something that can be controlled by Confluence permissions/restrictions.
Thanks a lot!
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