What about if we want to keep the content of the space together for example a meeting summary that someone from outside the group has some action items on so they could check off when they are done but we don't want this person to be able to edit or even view other pages within this space. And when we creat new pages we don't want to have to specify that this person doesn't have access to every new page we create if we were to give them permission via the parent space. Any thoughts on how to do this.
Put the meeting notes in a place that they can see.
The reason it is designed this way is simplicity and ease of use. If you didn't do it this way, you would be relying on every user knowing exactly what pages to restrict view to and remembering to do it on every new page, and re-examining them on every move.
The usual strategy I see is to have a space that has
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