How can I control what updates users can see?

I work with multiple external clients having access to their Wiki. To do this I created a group called "guests" with only the "can use" permission and I am granting the external users individual access to their SPace by adding them to their Space under Space permissions.

Now I have the problem that one client can actually see if another client e.g. updates their profile. They should not be able to see that in their Update Feed. Any idea how I could get this done?

Thanks!

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Hi Marcus,

Your question seems similar to this one:
https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/20136/a-way-to-hide-users-from-confluence


By default we can't avoid users to see each other in Confluence.
What is possible to do though is to hide the people directory: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Hiding+the+People+Directory

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