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adding files to page

How do I add a file to a page and make it so that if someone access that file, that file becomes locked for other people to access it


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Jack Brickey Community Leader Jan 23, 2023

There isn't a way to lock files inherently within Confluence. Confluence is not a documentation management application. If you wanted to do something like this, as an example, you could have links to files that are stored/managed by a documentation management solution, for example SharePoint.

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