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Link title not displayed for user with no access to page


We have a problem where a link title doesn't appear for a user who doesn't have access to the linked page (first image).

For a user who has access to the page, the link title appears just fine (second image).

Is that normal behaviour? I read here that permissions affect how links are displayed ... but does that really cause the link title to not be displayed?


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Atlassian Team
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Sep 08, 2022

Yes this is intentional. The title of a document is privileged information, and can only be accessed by users with permission to view it.

Do you know if that's also the case with Confluence? I just realized I put my question in the wrong forum ... sorry.

Actually, can you delete this question? I'm gonna post it in the Confluence forum.

Thank you for the quick reply.

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