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Set Viewing Permissions

Matt Reiner

Matt Reiner Last update: Jul 3, 2019

Scroll Viewport uses the permissions and restrictions from Confluence. When a user is logged into Confluence, Scroll Viewport will only show content that is accessible to that Confluence user. Vice versa, if anonymous users can access a space for which you have created a viewport, they will also be able to access the space via the viewport.

Let users access a viewport, but not the Confluence UI

You can also allow users to view the viewport, but restrict them from accessing the Confluence UI. This is useful, for example, if you have a public website that should be available to anonymous users, but if you don't want these users to see the Confluence UI of the website space.

You can do this on the Viewport configuration screen, on the Permissions tab.

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