Confluence Recently Updated macro should not list 'view restricted' material

I'm building a knowledge base which will contain 'internal only' articles that should not be readable/searchable by anonymous users.

To achieve this, 'internal only' documents will be restricted in view for anyone but internal people.

My concern is that my customers still see the title of 'internal only' articles on the Knowledge Base home page containing the 'recently updated' macro.

Any idea how to restrict this ?

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Try to rebuild indices from scratch and see if it helps. Double check your permission configuration, as recently updated macro should not listed restricted page to common users.

Easiest way to test this is to ask those user to click it and see if they can open the page. If they can, means the permission configuration is incorrect.

Hope it helps.

Cheers,
Septa Cahyadiputra

Well. It seems I needed to be a bit patient after changing the rights on the page.

Thanks for the answer. Indeed, the page is not listed if the user has no right to view it.

That is fine.

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