I got a special request from a Confluence space admin: give permission for a user for only one single page but the user must not see other pages in the space. My first guess was to make the page to a Home Page for the space but it was decined because of the strict structure of the parent page-sub-pages configuration.
Can you please give me a suggestion or help. Somebody said that it can be managed but I don't know how.
So specifically this page is a sub page whivh the user has to be accessed but for the parent page not and neither the othet pages too.
Thank you in anticipation!
we have done something similar:
- create a group A. In this group, there is everyone who should see the space except the one person that should only see the single page
- Group A and "the one" get permissions for the whole space
- Restrict every "first level page" to group A, so "the one" could not see anything anymore
- Put the "one single page" on first level and restrict this page to group A and "the one".
That should do it, as long as there are no new "first level pages". These must be restricted to group A then.
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