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question on audience-specific pages

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Hi there

I would like to know whether we can have a public page in audience-specific page and on login can we have the user-specific page. 

And does the user login has SSO?

Thanks

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Zach Atlassian Team May 18, 2020

Hey Achyuth! 

A public page would be a separate page type entirely from Audience Specific, as public pages are available on the public internet while Audience Specific require authentication to view. 

 

You can use SSO for Audience Specific pages, you will just need to reach out to support for the feature to be enabled. 

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