we have a common Jira- Confluence user management in our company. Because of this we use only groups for granting permissions for users in both applications.
Now as an admin I handle up to 200 spaces in Confluence and about 800 groups for granting permissions on the spaces/projects.
Our problem is that there are more and more groups in Confluence which serve page restriction purposes and when a space admin submits a user access ticket that we add the user to a restriction group, it is very cumbersome to find out on which space is the particular restriction group. I mean that there is not enough to add the user to a restriction group unless ading him/her to a space group.
So I need a user macro which lists all the restriction groups (which don't grant space permission) with the space names is working on. Or the reverse would be as arbitrary: listing all the spaces of the Confluence instance and listing the restriction group below each space.
Can it be done such a feature?
Thanks in advance!
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