Display link conditionally based on user permissions for target page

Hi there,

How does a link to a page behave that the user does not have permissions to view?

In other words: Is there a way to add a link to a page, that will only appear, if the user has permissions to view the target page?

Looking forward to your comments!

Regards,

Frank

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Hello Frank, links will appear regardless of user permissions, users that have no access will hit a not permitted page though. In case you would like to restrict visibility to links, you may consider creating a page with restricted access to containing the private content. More information on how permissions work in Confluence can be reviewed here.

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