In this video, learn how to create a private space that only you have access to in order to work on content you wish to hide until it's ready, or keep confidential information away from prying eyes by changing the permission settings.
- [Narrator] When you want to create a space…that's all about you, it's called a personal space…and there's a template for it.…You may want to share information about…what you're working on,…information about you yourself with the organization,…and a personal space is a great way to do that.…However you may also want to create a personal space…that only you have access to…where you can work on private, confidential content…and only share it when you're ready.…That's what we're going to talk about in this movie,…creating a personal space and making it private.…
First thing we're going to do is go to the side bar…and make sure we're looking at the dashboard,…click the Confluence logo.…Takes you back and you'll notice that you have a list…under My Spaces now that includes the one you just created.…By default, when you create a space,…it appears under My Spaces.…Now we're going to click the Create Space button…to create a personal space.…You'll notice there is a template for that…called Personal Space…where you can keep notes and task lists…
- What is Confluence?
- Customizing your home page
- Creating pages and blogs
- Creating a page for meeting notes
- Adding content and navigation
- Creating a table of contents
- Inviting people to your space
- Communicating and collaborating with others
- Restricting access to a page
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Get Started with Confluence
2. Create Pages and Blogs
3. Add Content
4. Add Navigation
5. Communicate and Collaborate
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