How do I hide links to spaces to which a user does not have access?

I created a page with panel macros. Each panel contains a link to a space, each of which has different group permissions. As it is, the spaces to which a user does not have access are simply grayed out, and cannot be clicked. I would like for those links to not appear at all. I suspect they are appearing because a filter cannot be applied to the Panel macro. Perhaps there is a different way to do this. Thank you!

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This is definitely the solution that I am looking for. While I was able to install the Visibility add-on, which gave me access to the show-if macro, I am receiving the following error when the page tries to render the content:

"The license could not be verified: There is no license certificate installed for CustomWare Visibility Plugin for Confluence."

Any idea what this could be? I think my company may have an evaluation version of Confluence. Is that the issue?

I already have a license, but it doesn't seem to be working. I have a Visibility plugin for Confluence in the cloud. I will try opening a ticket with Service Rocket. Thanks!

I found ServiceRocket's documentation for installing a license. Thank you for all of your help!

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