Hi, I am trying to build a help centre within Confluence and need to hide the side menu to stop users (particularly anonymous ones) navigating to areas such as space tools etc.
The documentation I have found is not very clear where and how to do this (even mentioning pages/sections that don't exist) and any help centre questions on this are also outdated - FYI I am on Confluence Cloud
Thank you for your reply,
As this is not possible within Cloud, how can I restrict users to only view the space/pages that I set?
For example, if I set anonymous users to view a space those users can still view the space tools... this doesn't seem right to let anonymous user view this, however, I want my users to view the help guides without logging in, even then I wouldn't really want users to view the space tools etc.
You can follow the instructions here to Set up Public Access to a Space in Confluence.
If the anonymous user is given permission to see the space then they will see the directory and Space Tools as well, but we do have a feature request to change this behavior in the future:
Please vote on the ticket to show your support for implementing this change, and add a comment with your use case to help to better understand the need for this feature.
You can watch the case in order to be updated on any progress.
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