How do I create a consent/ agreement form in Confluence-Wiki for my Privileged Users?

Good morning and thank you community for the time.

I need to create a user consent form in our wiki very similar to (https://confluence.atlassian.com/alldoc/acla-v2-0-256869068.html#ACLAv2.0-ACLAOnlineForm).

How do I create a replica of the page above?

Where do the records go once saved/ submitted?

What would I need to do to retain the record of these completed forms?

How can I restrict access to the completed forms to only our IAO's?

2 answers

Hi Silvio,

If you want details on how confluence.atlassian.com works then you're probably best off asking them direct.

Hi Rob,

Unfortunately I think the link you provided is more for system level bugs and issues, while I seek guidance on user level support to create an awesome Confluence Wiki page that replicates the ACLA page linked.

 

Hi Silvio,

From experience, you can use the link I provided to just ask them a question (such as "what add-ons do you use to make your pages look great?"), and they're normally very helpful.  I believe that Atlassian use Scroll ViewPort as one of their key add-ons, but you'd have to ask them for specifics.

Thee are many themes add-ons available, such as Brikit and ThemeBuilder, which will help you get to a beautiful interface.  If you want to add forms, then Confiforms is probably the most popular add-on, but again there are others.

Hope that helps.

Hi Rob, and thank you for the reply again!

Those look like great paid solutions, however I was hoping there would be something native worth utilizing that someone else may have done, since the portal linked above does asks to provide credit when replicated.

If there are free versions of those plugins that could be beneficial.

Hi Silvio,

According to the note at the bottom of that page: "Powered by Confluence and Scroll Viewport", so not free I'm afraid. Unfortunately if you don't want to buy anything (which I totally understand) you'll have to look at designing and building your own HTML/CSS themes, because there doesn't seem to be anything free on the marketplace that would match the power of the paid add-ons sad

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