Does an "anonymous" (non logged in) user have an html designation ? (Confluence)

I am using Confluence (ConfiForms plugin).  I have created a form that requires an anonymous user to edit it; however, I do not want to compromise the security of the system by allowing a permission as all my pages and forms would be editable.  The object oriented code of ConfiForms allows specific user and user group access on forms.  I have tried using basic names that don't work and am unfamiliar if the html has a placeholder for an "anonymous" user (someone who is not a logged in user) that I can include in the form.

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Hi Mark,

If you're still trying to work this out, contact Vertuna, the ConfiForms developer.  Their Support page for this add-on is here.

Hi Mark,

Please use the support form on our website, to get a quick support on ConfiForms or any other add-on we develop.


To answer your request - we dont support the scenarios where the anonymous user is allowed to edit the records stored with ConfiForms. This is by design, as every user has an owner, and with records created by anonymous users the owner is not specified (such records could only be edited by form administrators)

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