I am creating a new page tree in confluence and I woud like to not make it visible while I am creating it. How can I do that? We dont have restrictions in who can see our confluence pages that we use. They are public.
The only way to hide a page is by restricting it. That would be onerous to do for every edit, and also unnerving for users, as their pages might vanish and re-appear apparently at random.
It does make sense to hide a set of pages when you are first creating them. The best way to do that is simple - have a "new stuff" page at the top of your space, and restrict it to yourself. Create everything you need underneath it, the top-level restriction will mean only you can see these pages. Get them ready, then simply move the whole lot to the right place in the public areas of your Space.
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