I'm pretty new to Confluence and working wrapping my head around permissions and user access so bear with me and my ignorance.
I have a space that I'm creating as a knowledge base for employees at our company. I don't want to make publicly available for the wide internet but I don't want to add every person who needs access to the space as a paid user to Confluence either.
Is there a way to allow view access to a space for an unnamed group of internal users without making it available to anonymous users outside of the organization? I'm thinking similar to the Customer concept in Service Desk.
Hi @Derek Chisholm,
Conf's permissions are divided into two parts: global and space.You can restrict the permissions of two types of users by using user groups.
Hi @Derek Chisholm!
A 'trick with anonyms' will definitely help you.
Read this article https://stiltsoft.com/blog/2018/10/hidden-anonyms-and-oblivious-admins-in-atlassian-confluence/ and set permissions accordingly to the last scheme.
Thanks for your response, it got me on the right track!
My goal was to give JSD customers access to a Confluence space without having to license them for Jira or Confluence while keeping it private.
I had to change the JSD project setting Knowledge base > Access > Viewing to "Everyone with access to your service desk can read articles without a Confluence license."
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