Permissions and Visibility (Cloud)

Important Note

To ensure that the cloud app always works as expected, please ensure that at least one group with admin access is available!

If active, the SubSpace Navigation Menu is always displayed to logged-in users. However, it doesn't apply to guest users (learn more about guest access here: Invite guests for external collaboration | Confluence Cloud | Atlassian Support). To display the navigation for anonymous users as well, you need to grant anonymous access to the automatically created space "Communardo Products" (please refer to Data Storage (Cloud) for some additional explanation).

In the Administration, the Navigation Menu is not displayed.

Visibility of Navigation Elements

Permissions are handled as follows by the SubSpace Navigation:

  • Permissions will be checked for internal links (pages and blog posts) and spaces. If the current user is not allowed to see a navigation element, it will not be displayed in the navigation.
    • If a navigation element is not displayed for the user, any element below it in the hierarchy will not be visible either.

      This does not have any effect on the content the user is allowed to see in Confluence. Even if a child element is not displayed to the user, as long as they are allowed to access that page/space, they can still view it, e.g. using the Confluence search.

  • Folders, external links and CQL are usually displayed (the exception being restricted parent elements). This is also the case for anonymous users.

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