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bulk change - add edit restrictions in pages within a space


Is it possible to perform a bulk change for edit restrictions in the pages within a space?

I want to restrict for editing pages within a space that have no restrictions yet

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Hi there!

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Best regards


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Mirek Community Leader Sep 11, 2018

Hi @Carolina León - Welcome to Community! :)

I would say that it is not possible from the UI. You can only do it manually (one by one) from the Space Admin section (Space tools > Permissions > Restricted Pages). If you want to automate this removal you need to use some third party plugins like for example CLI for Confluence ( or directly change it in a database (

Hi Mirek, thanks for the welcome :)

my mistake, I have realized my question was not so clear:

what I want to add in bulk is "edit" restrictions to pages of a space that are not restricted yet...  

Mirek Community Leader Sep 11, 2018

In that case the CLI solution might be for you. Depends if this is one time work or you would need to do it regularly.

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