I need to add an external user into our confluence space or page, and not in the whole site.
How can I do that?
I tried to add him from Administration option but this way I guess he can see every space and page in that site.
If you add external user to your site, you can still control whether that user can have access to a certain space or all - via space permissions.
If you just want the external user to get view/read only access, you can think of enabling anonymous access to your space ( you can also save license using this ), You can read more about it here -
Thank you @Kishan Sharma
So adding a user it is only possibile via Administration option and adding him firstly to all the spaces and pages and afterwards apply restrictions in every space/page I don't want him to view.
I was wondering whether I could only add him into a specific space or page: do you know if that's possibile?
Hi @Visola Gjeka There are multiple ways to add users to your site, you can refer them here - https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/add-and-invite-users-138313.html
Yes, adding individual users in a space is possible, you can add individual user to a space like this:
First, open editing for space permissions:
Go to the space in Confluence Cloud.
Select Space Settings from the sidebar.
To add a new individual user to your space:
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