We are running latest version of Confluence Cloud instance. I am trying to set permissions for a user to have "delete own" permission as stated in the online documentation.
The problem? I have, see and can edit every other permission but that one. Delete Own does not show up on the page.
I have confirmed I have site admin permissions.
What am i missing? Was this removed in a newer version?
Is it possible to get an answer?
As cloud users too, we need to be able to have users delete a page they just created. The alternatives are aweful:
a) The users get the right to delete all pages. I don't need to explain the probleme here....
b) Users need to contact an Admin for every single time they want to delete a page...
We upgraded our Confluence subscription specifically to get this feature - only to find out it is not available on cloud despite it being listed in the cloud docs.... https://support.atlassian.com/confluence-cloud/docs/what-are-space-permissions/
Just noticed that your question could do with an update for anyone that may not be aware. We released "Delete Own" permission last year in Confluence Cloud and it is now available to all. Space admins can enable it in Space Permissions for users and groups. Read more: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Confluence-articles/Permissions-just-got-a-little-easier/ba-p/1412781
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