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How to hide menu bar and tools for ananymous users


For Confluence Cloud, when anonymous users view a page, they have a lot of access, and see the Create button, Tools menu (partial - like page history etc..), and can add inline comments. WHY?

How can I prevent this?

The site should be completely and ONLY READ-ONLY for anonymous users...


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Sven Schatter _K15t_
Marketplace Partner
Marketplace Partners provide apps and integrations available on the Atlassian Marketplace that extend the power of Atlassian products.
May 10, 2023

Hi @KC Integrations,

unfortunately, Confluence Cloud doesn't offer a way to do this at the moment. You'll have to take anonymous access as it is.

If you want more control over what the content your anonymous users see looks like, you could try Scroll Viewport, an app by my team at K15t. It lets you create a site from your Confluence content, which you can customize, use custom CSS on to hide elements you don't want users to see, put it on a custom domain of yours, and more.

In case you'd like to see a live example of a Scroll Viewport site built on Confluence content you can check out our very own help center.

Hope this helps!


Scroll Viewport is awesome and provides a professional look to our online help. :) 

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