I am one Confluence admin in our company, here I met one issue about the permission management.
When users do not have permission for one specific space, it just shows no permission or page not exist. Users do not know who is the space owner and do not know how to apply permission and access.
Is there any way to enbale one online access request to the space admins in this case? For example showing one application form to let users write down their comments and submit, then the space admins will receive the request and then handle it.
Take MS SharePoint as one example, when a user do not have permission for one sire, it shows below request form to let user apply permission directly. Then all site owners will receive the request.
Any plugin or any solution to realize this?
Hi, really thanks for your answer.
So my concern is when one user do not have permission for one space, how could he/she apply the permission to the space admin directly. Most of the cases the user do not know the space admins.
If there is one application form to let him/her submit one online request, that will be much helpful.
Take MS SharePoint as one example, when a user do not have permission, it shows below request form to let user apply permission directly. Then all site owners will receive the request.
If someone has no permission for a space, then they can't touch the admin of it as well as all the content (unless, of course, they are a system admin, in which case they can always administrate stuff)
Confluence does have a request access on restricted pages, assuming the user is logged in. I'd also think about enabling "contact administrators" as an option.
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