The idea is to be able to moderate content before it gets published, for example, for certain sections, the responsible assigns tasks to some of his employees and they make changes or add new pages, but in order for those changes to appear they need to be reviewed first by the one who assigned it. I know there are some third-party options, but are there options in Confluence itself to make this? TIA
Hello @Ravi_Sagar__Adaptavist_ thanks for answering.
I've checked it before, but because I've never bought any of this apps, for example, when it says 10 users, it means that just 10 users will be able to edit workflows with the use of Comala right? For example, 10 responsibles of different sections in Confluence.
I can help with this question @Sebastian Mariano Cabrera Chavez Fernandez . Any apps in the Atlassian Marketplace need to follow the same licensing tier as Atlassian's products, so you would need an app license that matches your Confluence license. So for example, if you have a 100 user Confluence license, you will need the same size license (100 users) for any Confluence apps you install.
I hope that helps.
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