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I can see that some groups in our confluence site are marked "DEFAULT ACCESS GROUP".
I am curious about what making a group default access means, for that group. What effect does it have on the members of the group?
I can't find anything definitive online.
There's only that one difference. Those with the default access are added as default to those groups once a user gets invite to use the products on the site. For example, if you invite a user to access the confluence app on your site, they will be added to the confluence-user group to gain access to the site.
Groups that don't use the labels are primarily use for permission within the app rather than product access. For example, adding group A to project A in Jira to be able to browse the project issue.
Hi @Peter Thorpe ,
The default access group is basically the group that a user will added to by default for access to whichever product it has access to. If you look at the default access groups, each one is tied to a specific Atlassian product.
Here's a documentation on it:
Hope this helps.