We want to make one space publicly accesible but we don't want the author name listed on the pages. How can we do this with Confluence OnDemand. I've found lots of suggestions when you host it yourself, but nothing for OnDemand users.
You can make the user name and display name anonymous.
So if you have a user called Wyatt Noone, typically you might give them the login name wyattn (or something similar) and the display name Wyatt Noone. Unfortunately, this "outs" Wyatt as the author of all the content that they have created.
So instead of that, you create the user Wyatt Noone with the username and display name Editor21. Result: anyone who is not logged in to Confluence will only see that the page was created by Editor 21. Wyatt is anonymous.
At the same time, anyone who is logged in to Confluence can hover over “Editor 21” and Wyatt's email address will appear in a pop-up window. Assuming Wyatt’s email address is wyatt.noone(at)acmetrading.com, logged in users will be able to identify Wyatt as the author.
Unfortunately, while Confluence OnDemand allows you to change the user’s name (i.e. the display name) it doesn’t allow you to change the “username” (i.e. the login name). So this may not work if you are trying to anonymise content which has already been created by existing editors.
There is an option in the Confluence administration under “user email visibility” which might also assist; mine is set to “public” – I don’t know what difference it would make if I changed the default.
Depending on the configuration of your public space and pages, you could try using the CSS macro to hide the author's name. You'll need to find the right CSS element to hide. This needs to be applied on a page by page basis and note that it wouldn't actually remove the name, just obscure it from the average person viewing the page.
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