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Is it possible to authenticate subscribers while still showing the page publicly?

I want a public facing website but I want the ability to subscribe to updates only be allowed for authenticated users.

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John M
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Mar 02, 2022

Hi Mahyar,

There is no way to both have a public page and limit it to only allow authenticated users to subscribe. In that case, you would have to add the subscribers yourself from the management page for that to work. Most companies that have this type of a requirement have 2 status pages, one for the public and one for private, internal use. You can easily add multiple status pages to your account. 

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