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Update 11/30/22 – This rollout has been paused until further notice
Our customers are our highest priority. Due to feedback, we've made the difficult decision to pause the rollout of new publishing and sharing experiences. The quality of the changes are not up to customer standards.
We're evaluating how to bring the best experience to you and will deliver improvements in the future. You can follow this article for the latest updates. We appreciate your understanding. Customers are our lifeblood, and your collective customer perspective always comes first.
Unsure who has (or will have) access to your page? Do you and the people you collaborate with keep running into unexpected access restricted screens?
We know permissions in Confluence Cloud can be unwieldy, so we’ve simplified the page sharing experience and added more visibility into who can access. With this new experience, you’ll feel more confident and in control of your content, which will make it much easier to share and collaborate on Confluence pages.
No more sending pages to people who then need to request access. By consolidating how you share to notify and how you share to give access into one flow, you’ll not only be sharing content with greater success and confidence, but also fewer clicks!
ℹ️ Although this means the lock icon is going away, you’ll find all of the lock icon’s functionality in the new Share button.
While in draft, you can also invite others to collaborate on the page.
No more uncertainty around who “Anyone” is. With this updated experience, you’ll have greater visibility into who has (or could have) access to a page.
The interface will tell you if access is restricted by a parent page (and which parent page).
You’ll be able to view a list of “Everyone” to determine if that’s the right audience for the page.
If someone doesn’t have the access you’re trying to assign them, you’ll get a message letting you know before you the sharing action is complete.
We’ve also added bulk actions like Make page private and Restore to default access.
“Make page private” will remove everyone’s access but your own.
“Restore to default access” will reset the page’s access settings to its container’s access level, whether that’s a parent page or the space.