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Confluence Cloud - how to see which spaces a user can access?

I'd have thought this is a pretty basic need - go to a user and be shown what spaces they can access. Am I missing something?

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Hi Chris,

Thanks for contacting us about this.

It's a bit more difficult than going to one place because it depends on individual permissions and also group permissions, and a user could be in multiple groups.

When a one of your users log in, they can go to the Spaces menu in the sidebar, and they'll be able to see all the spaces they have view access to:

Additionally, when they click + to create a new page (link: Create, Edit, and Publish), under the Select Space menu, they should see a list of spaces they have access to create pages in.

If one of your users can't see a space that they're supposed to have access to, I recommend checking both Global Permissions and the individual Space Permissions to see if there might be anything preventing them from accessing that space.

If you need a hand, please let me know, and I can help out.



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