Create read requests and manage read confirmations on your multi-page Confluence documents.
When you create a new read request, a notification is sent to your readers that they should read a specific version of a document. You can track their confirmations to ensure everyone has reviewed it.
You need Confluence space administrator permissions to create read requests.
From the version history table in the Document Manager, open the ••• menu of a version and click Create read request:
The Create Read Request dialog displays:
Enter a title for your request. Use this field to specify the context of the request for your readers.
Optionally, add a message and set a deadline.
Add the readers you want to notify. Reader can be individual users or a group of users.
Optionally, tick the notifications checkbox to get notified when the status of a request changes.
For your selected version, an active read request icon will now show in your version history table:
To manage responses or add new users to a read request: Click on the active read request icon that appeared in the version table after you created the read request.
The users or groups you selected in the read request will receive an email notifying them of your request with a link to open the specific version of the document. The document will open in the Document Reader, where they can review the document and confirm they have done so.
Optionally, your readers can leave a message that will be stored with their confirmation.