Can you expose parts of a page to certain users?

I am hoping to build out a single knowledge base where articles can be created such that our user community can see information within the articles tagged as <public> to enable self-service and not see information tagged as <private> to allow us to protect sensitive information like IP addresses and server names.

The intent is to avoid having to manage permissions page-by-page and to avoid having to create 2 pages on the same topic, 1 customer facing and 1 internal.

We are currently running Confluence 4.1.9

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Davin Studer Community Champion May 02, 2014

Davin, thanks - certainly seems like a match, I'll give it a go.

Davin Studer Community Champion May 04, 2014

Feel free to mark the question as answered if it meets your needs. Thanks.

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