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custom meeting notes



we have secretary that create meeting notes, like this:





task1  @user1

task2  @User2



now question is how user1 and user2 without access to meeting note write comment and done their task?


FYI1: only secretary must view/edit this meeting note.

FYI2: I try to use child page template but of if I restrict parent page, child page inherit restriction!


Any idea?



2 answers

2 votes
Brant Schroeder Community Leader Dec 04, 2022

@kohopir975 You could technically use the page excerpt to allow the users to see the page that you are adding to your notes but this seems like a lot of work 

If you have Jira you could create the tasks and make them into Jira issues and track them there.  

It seems odd to me that you would be making assignments to individuals not attending the meeting or whom have access to the meeting notes.  If they are attending why would you not give them access to update the page? (Confluence keeps track of all changes)

Indeed, why create restricted meeting notes? You give users tasks, but because they can not access the page they do not get notifications of the assigned tasks.

Having access would be much easier.

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