How do I hide "All Updates" from Confluence dashboard for Anonymous users.

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Platform notice: Server and Data Center only. This article only applies to Atlassian products on the server and data center platforms.

Please note that all the workaround stated on this page are beyond Atlassian Support Offerings.

(lightbulb) This page applies to Confluence version 7.11 and below. For Confluence 7.12 and above, please use this KB:


Currently, there is no configuration to hide the All updates dashboard view in Confluence.

This article assists you with the workaround to hide all-updates dashboard contents for anonymous users.


To achieve that, insert the following script to  Administrator  General Configuration Look And Feel > Custom HTML in the "At end of the HEAD" session

<script type="text/javascript">
if (AJS.params.remoteUser == ''){

After that, All-updates content will not be visible to anonymous users. However, if users login in they can see the contents as usual:

Also, you can refer to the following article to hide its link from the sidebar.   

Related guide:

Last modified on Feb 23, 2023

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