We just added the Questions for Confluence cloud add-on.
My question is this: is it possible to remove registered users from accessing Questions for Confluence while maintaining their access to our other Confluence Spaces? I know that we could alter their permissions to restrict access, but wouldn't we still be charged the $2.50 per user rate?
Not necessarily, it depends on what your permissions are.
Anyone who logs in is a member of one or more groups. If your Questions space names a user or, more importantly, a group, to have access, then yes, they may get it "automatically".
For example, it's not uncommon to have a group called "confluence users". That group has the global permission "can use Confluence". The more open spaces will often have "can use this space: group: confluence users". So when you add someone who can get into Confluence, they automatically get access to those spaces, because they're in "confluence users"
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