How can I make confluence Questions spacebound instead of available to everyone?
what I have tried: I followed this guide: link, asked a questions in my space, but then saw that question on the general Confluence questions (even users who didn't had access to the space saw it and it contents.
confluence version: 5.6.6
To build on what @Guilherme Nedel [Atlassian] said, have you looked at the latest (v2.x) version of Confluence Questions? Here's an excerpt of the description of this release:
"In this release we've tackled our highest voted feature request - giving you more control over who can see your questions by adding questions to spaces.
Sometimes a question only relates to one team or project or it might contain private information that shouldn't be visible to everyone. Adding questions to spaces keeps your questions secure, relevant, and organized."
This version was just released earlier this month so not sure you saw it? See more details at https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.atlassian.confluence.plugins.confluence-questions
Hey @Tom Crespi, I may be missing something, but it seems that the default setting is that when a question is added in a given space, it's still added in the overall instance-wide Questions area. Is there a way to distinguish which questions should remain only in the space in which they're asked?
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