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Hi, I'm currently working with the Multiexcerpt Macros app in Confluence and have been having some issues configuring the enhanced permissions option --> It turned out the feature is only available for the Server version (https://artemis.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/SUP/pages/55050250/MultiExcerpt+Enhanced+Permissions+Macro\)
Would any of you have an alternative plugin / macro to suggest ?
What I need is to extract some contents from Page A and put them on Page B, knowing that people having access to Page B must not have access to Page A (which is required for Mutli-Excerpt unfortunately)
Any help greatly appreciated :)
Hello @Ségolène Démoulin ,
The MultiExcerpt Enhanced Permissions (MEEP) feature (only available in Server/DC) is in the backlog for features to add to MultiExcerpt Cloud: https://artemis.atlassian.net/browse/MEPOD-15
I added a note to that record to reference this thread and raise the visibility of that issue.
For those who don't know: The MEEP feature is used to include content from an excerpt that is on a page that the user does not have view permissions. For such content, the author on the original excerpt page can edit the MEEP macro to add a list of users/groups who have permission to include that excerpt on some other page they have view perms for.
It is essentially a way to tune page permissions to a finer level of detail, to set permissions for an individual excerpt to allow users to see it from some other page that includes it.
Still not fixed 2 years later! You guys have ended support for Server and are railroading your customers to migrate to an unfinished product! I keep running into cop-out disclaimers like this one. User Macros, Broken Page Approval macros, Multi-excerpt macros, and whatever else I haven't encountered yet in my gauntlet of migration tasks forced upon me when we spent years building out the product Atlassian gave us that was much better than Cloud.
I would prefer to just keep running Server if it wasn't for the multiple security vulnerabilities that have conveniently been released right before you end support...