Multiple public access spaces for different audiences.

We have two seperate confluence spaces that are set up for public access and can be viewed by annonymous users. The issue is that we do not want the audiences to be able to navigate between the two spaces. Is there a way to remove the ability to navigate between spaces? Or would the only option be to create a new confluence account?

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Hi Chris,

I don't think that's possible but I also don't really understand the use case.

If both spaces are public then people can find them anyway, why wouldn't you want them to go directly from one space to another?

Best regards,

Peter

Peter,

Although each space is public, the audience for each space is very different. One is for end users, FAQ etc., and the other is for business associates, policy info, how-to's. If someone happened to stumble upon a space that is not designated for them it would not be the end of the world, but I would like to keep that as minimal as possible.

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