I'm "owner" of a few pages on our wiki, but no longer want to receive notifications on page changes. When I click the watch "eyeball" at the top of the page, it says "You are not watching this page" so I assume I'm getting them because I'm owner.
Is there any way to turn off page edit notifications as an owner?
Just wanting to bump this question as three years later, this is still relevant: On Confluence pages that I created but that I am not watching, I unwantedly receive notifications if someone edits them (did find an option to disable emails for this, though). I would be glad if someone could point out how this can be disabled.
Uhl - Just stop watching the page. Even if you created it if you no longer want to receive notifications on it is all you have to do is stop watching the page. You can also view all the pages you are watching in your profile under Watches to make adjustments.
Okay, I just found the Page Watches section. I'd never have thought to look at My Profile to do something like that! 🤔
IMO this should be available from the page's Watches dropdown or provide a "Stop watching this page" option from the notification itself!
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