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sub-page access limitations

I would like to know, if there is any possibility to set multiple sub-pages under an access limitation for a single user. I know that you can put an access restriction on a "head"page and it will count for all concerning sub-pages. Is it possible to set a limitation for multiple sub-pages? So that eg. the "head"page + a single sub-page remain available for a single user but all other sub-pages are restricted? Or do I have to put all single sub-pages "manually" under a specific limitation?

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Andy Gladstone Community Leader Jul 08, 2022

@Philipp Hahling welcome to the Atlassian Community!

I will be moving this question from Questions for Confluence (which is a space for questions about that specific application) to the Questions about Confluence space - which will give the question more visibility.

The answer is that all child pages inherit the restrictions of the parent pages, but you can manually set the permissions on the children pages to override the inherited permissions. The easiest way to do this for a larger population rather than individual is to create a group and assign permissions to the group.

Good luck!

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