19 July 2015 to 25 July 2015
Completed this week:
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A better way to restrict pages
In this release we've made it easier to restrict who can edit and view your pages in Confluence.
The new padlock icon at the top of the page gets you straight into our brand new restrictions dialog (you can still get there using
There are three options:
- No restrictions - keep the page open to everyone (hint: use this for a quick way to remove existing restrictions).
- Edit restrictions - limit who can edit a page, but keep it open for everyone to view.
- Edit and view restrictions - set exactly who can view, and who can edit. It's the most flexible option.
Here's how it looks:
The padlock icon at the top changes when a page is restricted , or when it's inheriting view restrictions from another page . We'll also give you a warning in the restrictions dialog when your page is affected by restrictions on other pages.
Confluence Questions 2.1.6
This is a bug-fix release. No new features this week.
JIRA Service Desk 2.6.0-OD-06
You will now see the new project-centric navigation by default in your service desk projects:
You can still switch back to the old navigation and continue to give us feedback, so we can improve your project navigation experience.
Check out the full list of feature improvements and bug fixes for this release here.
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