Learn how to lock down your personal space, making it private ,by changing the permission settings for the space so only you can access and view its contents.
- [Instructor] When you create a space,…the next step is to start creating pages…and adding content to those pages.…In this chapter we're going to focus…on the different types of pages you can create,…but just before we do, we might want to…also think about permissions.…When you create a space for an entire organization,…there's nothing to do.…You may recall by default a space you create…is accessible by everyone in the organization.…When you create a personal space, the same is true.…So if you want to keep it personal,…in other words, create a sandbox area,…where you can experiment with features in Confluence,…and maybe work on files, drafts,…until they're ready to be shared.…
You can change permissions,…and that's what we're going to do…with the personal space we created…in the previous chapter.…You can see I'm logged in here as Jennifer Veladoner,…who just created this personal space.…We can tell because the name in the space is her name.…If I switch over to my account over here on the Mac.…I'm logged in, I can go to my Space directory here,…
- Creating spaces
- Customizing the Confluence interface
- Creating pages and blog posts
- Adding text, graphics, and attachments in Confluence
- Using labels and other navigation helpers
- Inviting collaborators to spaces
- Restricting access to spaces
Skill Level Beginner
Yammer 2016 Essential Trainingwith Gini von Courter2h 26m Intermediate
Migrating from Google Drive to SharePointwith Bill Kulterman1h 4m Intermediate
1. Get Started with Confluence
2. Create Pages and Blogs
3. Add Content
4. Add Navigation
5. Communicate and Collaborate
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