Hi awesome Atlassian Confluence people! We're using Confluence for user docs and wondering how (if) we can set permissions on comments so the comments are only visible to admin users and not the general public. Right now it seems it's on/off with comments and everyone can see them regardless.
In Confluence Admin -> Look and Feel -> Layouts you can edit the comments layout template. You can put some velocity around the section that displays the comments that will only render it for admins.See the screen show below for the part to put the velocity around. And see the code block for what to put around it. I think that should get you what you want.
#if($permissionHelper.isConfluenceAdministrator($remoteUser)) .... screenshot code here #end
Yeah, by default the only perms that are available is create and delete perms. Everyone have view access as long as they can view the page. In order to remove view access from everyone except admins you need to be able to edit the velocity decorator. I'm not sure if cloud can do that or not, but my hunch is not.
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