You can access the Space Admin console by going to the Browse menu and selecting Space Admin. If you don't see a Space Admin option, you don't have Space Administrator permissions in the space.
|View All Permissions||View All Permissions|
Find out who has access to your space
|Add or Remove Individual User|
Add or Remove Individual User
|Create a User Group||Create a User Group|
User groups let you change access permissions for multiple users at once
|Add or Remove Users in a Group||Add or Remove Users in a Group|
Edit the membership of a user group
|View Group Membership||View Group Membership|
Find out which users are in a user group
All about wiki accounts, space types, and permission types
Space Admin Features
These links take you to the Confluence documentation for various Space Administration features:
- Assigning Space Permissions
- Customising Look and Feel Overview
- Editing Space Details
- Restoring a Deleted Page
- Viewing Restricted Pages
- Using Labels to Categorise Spaces
Frequently Asked Questions
If you have a question that is not answered here, please contact the Wiki Administrators.
How do I...
You need to apply the Documentation Theme to your space. Go to Browse > Space Admin and select the Themes option from the menu on the left. Select the Documentation Theme and click the Confirm button. After applying the theme, click the 'Configure theme' link to configure these options:
Have the Menu Display All Pages in the Space Hierarchy
Click the Page Tree box.
Add Your Own Links to the Menu
In the Navigation box, enter links in wiki markup format.
To link to a wiki page, enclose the page's name in brackets: [Wiki Page Name]
To link to an external website, use this format: [UCSF Homepage|http://www.ucsf.edu/]
Add a Header or Footer to Appear on Every Wiki Page
Enter wiki markup into the Header or Footer box.
When you are finished configuring the theme, make sure to click the Save button to save your changes. For more information, see the Confluence documentation on Configuring the Documentation Theme.
Go to Browse > Space Admin and select the Change Space Logo option from menu on the left. If the logo is not turned on, click the 'ON' link. Click the browse button to find an image file on your computer and select it, then click the Upload Logo button. For more information, see the Confluence documentation on Changing a Space's Logo.
Go to Browse > Space Admin and select the Trash option from the menu on the left. Look for the page you want to recover, and click the Restore link to the right of the page name. When the page has been restored, you'll probably want to move it to a desired location in the space hierarchy. To find the page, go to Browse > Pages and click the Tree view. You can now drag and drop the page to a new location within the space hierarchy. For more information on moving pages, see the Confluence documentation on Moving a Page.
The Space Admin controls are found in the Space Tools menu at the bottom of the left sidebar.
If you're the owner of a space or you've been given Space Admin permissions by the owner, you'll see menu options to control user access and permissions, change the look and feel of the space, and modify other settings.
Space Administrators are the first level of support for granting access to their wiki space. They are empowered and have the capability (and are better equipped to know the levels of permissions that would be appropriate) to manage users into their Wiki Space. Space Admins have full access to the tools that enables them to do that. Wiki Admins support them if they run into issues.
Go to Browse > Space Admin and select the Restricted Pages option from the menu on the left. To remove all restrictions from a page, click the lock icon to the right of the page name. For more information, see the Confluence documentation on Page Restrictions.
Go to Browse > Activity. You can change the time period for the charts of page views and edits. At the bottom of the page, you can see a list of the most active contributors (people who edit pages) and most popular content (number of times a page is viewed) in your space. There is no way to find out which users are viewing certain pages. For more information, see the Confluence Documentation on Viewing Space Activity.
Go to Browse > Manage Users/Groups and click on the group name listed on the left side of the page. If the group does not appear in this area, it is a legacy (pre-2010) user group. Please contact the Wiki Administrators to view the group membership or make changes to it.
|title||Add Google Analytics code to my space?|
You need to create a page to hold the tracking code, and then add a 'page include' referencing that page on each page you want to track: