Our company has just "gone live" with confluence. The first spaces already do exist. We now need to keep structures in proper order. Therefore, we need a concept of how to manage all access rights. Does anyone have some ideas?
Everything should be done via groups in my opinion. It is tempting to get into one-offs and assign perms to individuals, but in the long run it will become a major pain to manage. We usually create at least two groups for each space. One that can just view the space and one that can edit. You may even have a third for space admins. Basically there should be a group for each role that you will have in that space. Also, if you have LDAP or Active Directory I would recommend hooking Confluence up to that so that you can manage the groups more centrally.
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