Wikispaces now offers page level permissions on our Super and Private Label plans! You can control who has access to view or edit individual pages on your wiki, giving you an even more customized wiki for your company, school, or organization.
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With page permissions, you can now decide which of these four groups can view or edit each page:
- Organizers of your wiki
- Members of your wiki
- People who are signed in
- People who are not signed in
So let’s say you are a non-profit with a protected wiki that anyone can visit. You want your team to coordinate some projects privately. With page permissions, you can set more restrictive access to these pages, making them viewable only to members.
If you’re a business with a private wiki for your company, but are looking to open a dialogue with customers, you can change permissions on certain pages, opening them up to anyone.
To turn on page permissions for a page, go to Manage Wiki, Pages, and then the Actions drop-down next to the page you wish to change. You’ll see an option there to set page permissions for that page. When you turn page permissions on, they will override your wiki permissions. You can also set permissions for a page by going to that page, clicking the drop-down menu on the page tab and then clicking on page permissions.
Begin a free 30-day trial and enjoy the increased customization and flexibility of page level permissions.
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