Dashboard - Start on recently worked on, when hiding all updates.

Alexander Wirtz February 20, 2024

We want to disable all-updates, because of some securit and compliance issues. 

I found the option to hide it: https://confluence.atlassian.com/confkb/how-do-i-hide-all-updates-or-popular-from-the-dashboard-sidebar-879956248.html

With this is no longer in the sidebar. The main problem is, that if someone logges in they still get all updates displayed on the dashboard.

Do someone has a solution for this? I would wish that it would start directly on recently worked on.
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Andrii Maliuta
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February 26, 2024

Hello @Alexander Wirtz ,

With the same approach, you can hide any element by its HTML ID with AJS, so you can hide the sections from the dashboard when the page is loaded.

Though the default Confluence dashboard is the Recently Updated  section so it you hide it, it will be empty, so this is more the question of customizing the Confluence dashboard.

You can refer to https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/customizing-the-confluence-dashboard-169117112.html for customizing the dashboard (set the landing page).

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