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We switched from server to cloud. In the server version, before that, we had the opportunity to see who has the rights to access the page (press the "three dots", select the "People who can watch" menu item. But in the cloud version, I can not find such an opportunity. There is no such item. Maybe there is an option that enables this, or a 3rd party plugin?
I am about this:
When I choose "Cloud", this redirects me to the general page.
welcome to the Atlassian community!
There's a tool for inspect permission but it's on the premium plan https://support.atlassian.com/confluence-cloud/docs/inspect-a-users-permissions/
Hope this helps,
In that page you can see if there are specific permission (view and edit) for that page, otherwise all users in groups specified in space permissions can see that page.
Btw, there's an open request for that on Atlassian backlog https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONFCLOUD-70430
Please vote and watch this request to receive notification about progress.
@Administrator Welcome to Confluence Cloud.
On Cloud you can see page permissions by clicking on the lock icon on the top right of the page. If you have Premium or above you can inspect permissions even deeper.