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Having created a Next-gen project and linked it to a Confluence space; what is the prevailing wisdom with regard to setting permissions in the Next-gen Confluence space? Should groups be created (not required for Next-gen projects) for easier maintenance. Or, simply give the administrator for the Next-gen project, permission in the associated Confluence space for adding users etc... ?
Using groups would be easier for run-support maintenance and if one had to migrate to classic... well the groups would already be setup...
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Pages on Software projects are great to share documentation with users. The permission for them to see the pages are a Confluence license and also the permissions to view on the Space and Pages.
Can you please give us more details about the issue you are facing?
Does the admin have a license and permission to the Confluence space?
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