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we would like to achieve this in our confluence
1. have some pages viewable by all (internal and external readers), and the rest only by internal users, example 1,
then further divide internal users, example 2,
having read some dicussions, I understand that we need to--
wondering if this is correct and if anyone could share any best practices to this?
2. given the complexity and ever growing content, we are also keen to automate the page restriction settings by intergrating with page metadata , e.g.,
having read some discussions, it is not very clear to me if it is possible, we are in server right now and in the midst of deciding whether to move to data center (more likely) or cloud.
anyone knows how to achive this?
thank you in advance!
Hi @Scarlett Qi ,
From my experience, restrictions and permissions are complex to handle and mistakes are easily made. That said, I think it makes sense to divide content within spaces, and have relatively uniform permissions/restrictions within a space.
I would not recommend to change restrictions based on metadata in general. I think it's much more obvious to move pages between space in order to restrict them.