We have only one space in the Confluence instance and it is visible to anonymous users. All inline comments on its pages are also visible to anonymous users. Is there a way to hide comments from anonymous users? Here's how the space level permissions look currently for anonymous users.
The company I work for has released a new version of our MultiExcerpt plugin that adds the capability for admins to disable anonymous viewing of inline comments for their site: MultiExcerpt 5.5.0 - Release Notes
The main focus of that release is to allow inline comments to be rendered in INCLUDED content (with the MultiExcerpt Include and Excerpt Include). Confluence does not render inline comments in included content by default.
However, toggling for visibility of anonymous viewing of inline comments on a site was added in response to user feedback.
Now that inline comments can be rendered in included content it is even more obvious that it is difficult/impossible to hide inline comments from anonymous users on pages that they can view.
It's the same problem. Here's what I tried:
Hi Atlassian Community, My name is Avni Barman, and I am a Product Manager on the Confluence Cloud team. Based on feedback from you, we are giving admins more power to create templates that a...
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