In Confluence, you can control who has permission to view or edit pages.  For example, you can have some pages in your Confluence space visible to the entire world, while others are visible only by a few coworkers or collaborators.  Or you could have pages visible to Canisius employees, but only editable by you and one other coworker.  


Simple Restrictions

Here's a short video that explains how to use simple page restrictions for establishing visibility and editing rights on pages within your space.  In this video, you see how to grant rights to view or edit pages to individuals.  Often, this makes the most sense when establishing restricted pages for offices, departments, or committees:


With Confluence Page Restrictions:

 




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