This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Space Permissions Overview
Space permission are additive for permissions granted to a user via her group memberships. How about space permissions granted on membership of a group and on the user-level?
We have a space HI and a group C25 that has view permissions on that space.
The user smiru is member of the group C25, so has view permissions for space HI.
Within the space permission setting the user smiru also has create permissions granted to her as an individual user.
Nevertheless, user smiru can't edit pages within the space HI.
They are additive/permissive. As you say, the C25 membership provides the read access, and the individual user setting should then provide edit rights.
Some questions to start with
thanks for pointing me in the right direction! The issue was indeed page restrictions within the affected space C25. This space is open to external partners, so editing rights are very limited on a per page level. I forgot to add editing rights for user smiru on the concerned page.
The space vs. page permissions still keep fooling me.
For the sake of completely answering your questions:
In conclusion, this was no bug, just me overseeing page restriction in the affected space.
Thanks a lot!
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