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How to make a confluence page visible to a user, making the rest of content invisible?

Hi all, 

I would like to open an access to a Conlfuence page for an external user. My concern is how to do that without him being able to access the rest of the pages in the same Confluence Space? Is it possible at all?

Thank you. 

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Ollie_Guan Community Leader Oct 07, 2019

Hi @Daria_Pankratova ,

Confluence has three levels of permissions.

  • Global
  • Space
  • Page

Page restrictions allow you to control who can view or edit individual pages.

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All other pages(at least parent pages) in that space would have to be locked and you would have to ensure he does not have view access to them. The link @Ollie_Guan  provided will help with this. Alternatively, we had a similar situation for some contractors and decided to instead create a space and move the pages they were meant to have access to, though I understand this option may not always be ideal. 

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