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Does Confluence support hiding/showing sections within a document based on the viewer profile?

Zeek I'm New Here Sep 11, 2022

I see that I can restrict a user's ability to view or edit a document, but can content within a document be hidden from a given user?

I am considering Confluence for my organization. We have multiple brands and products within those brands that are essentially the same, but have important differences on a per-brand basis. I would like to be able hide/show content based on which brand the user is associated with. This way, I could maintain one document for a given product and, through permissions control, show users only the content relevant to them.

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Hi @Zeek and welcome to the community!

You can't do that. You can only achieve restricting pages based on groups or individuals:

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Zeek I'm New Here Sep 11, 2022

Thanks, Alex!
It looks like the Visibility for Confluence app may achieve what I'm looking for.

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Alex Koxaras Community Leader Sep 11, 2022

Good to know that!

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