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Can the Subscribe to Alerts feature be moved behind a customer-only logged-in experience?

Related to the question I asked about moving all of Statuspage behind customers' logged-in experience, could the "Subscribe to Emails" component be moved behind a logged-in experience. The use case is to ensure only customers and internal employees (like TAMs) are subscribing to these alerts.

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Mark Campbell-Vincent
Atlassian Team
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Nov 05, 2020

Hi @lkao -

If you have a Private or Audience specific page, any page viewer who has permissions to view the page will be able to use the "Subscribe to Updates" feature. Page viewers will need to authenticate via SSO or get access by IP allowlisting to be able to subscribe. 

Regarding your logged-in experience use case, you can refer to our previous post to help with your set up.


Hope this helps!

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