Hi. I'm in a large organization that uses a specific tool that I'm developing. Many people may be interested in following the blog but for that, should they be users? It may contain sensitive information so I'm affraid to make it anonymously available but I don't think my company wants to pay a lot of confluence users just to follow a blog.
Is there any way to limit the blog visibility to people on my google apps domain?
To piggyback on what Matthew suggested you could create one user for this purpose, and then have a separate web form that will take their existing company login creds and if those validate it will submit the confluence user creds for the blog reader account to confluence and log them in with that account. That way they never know the creds for the Confluence account and you don't have to change the password everytime some leaves.
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