A login account is required to access any wiki space that is not public.
UCSF Faculty, Staff, and Students
Must use a MyAccess account:
Users from the following universities can log in with their local campus account:
Guest MyAccess accounts are available from UCSF ITS for a fee of $8 per user per month (the fee is not charged for months during which the user does not log in). Here is the process:
Get Set Up as a Sponsor Group
User Requests Account
Once the sponsor group has been created, each user must:
These are the three basic types of spaces you can choose from when you request a new space. You can create a hybrid space by using page restrictions to limit access to part of a space.
'Login Required' space
Accessible to anyone
Accessible to all logged-in users
Accessible only to selected users
Default Permissions Structure
'Anonymous' has view permissions, and group 'confluence-users' has view and create permissions
Group 'confluence-users' has view and create permissions
Only individual users and groups (but not 'confluence-users') have permissions in the space
How to Grant Access to a New User
No action necessary
Make sure user has a valid login account (see User Accounts section above)
Make sure user has a valid login account (see User Accounts section above), then add user to a group or give individual user permissions
Wiki@UCSF policy is that anonymous users are allowed to view only. Users who want to comment or edit a page must log in.
In addition to all UCSF users, this type of space is visible to all users at universities in the User Accounts table above and users who have a guest MyAccess account.
Private spaces are invisible to anyone who has not been given access permission. They don't appear on other users' Dashboards or in search results.
Please note that while the wiki is a free service offered by the library, it is intended to be used for active collaboration. If your space has not been updated for over a year, we will notify you that we intend to remove the space and offer you options for archiving it in PDF or HTML format.
When you go to the Permissions screen, you can give individuals and groups the following permissions in your space:
|Permission||The user or group can:|
|View||View the space's content, including the space's details, its pages, and blog posts.|
|Pages||Add||Create and edit pages in the space.|
|Restrict||Apply page-level restrictions.|
|Delete||Delete pages in the space.|
|Blog||Add||Add and edit blog posts in the space.|
|Delete||Delete blog posts in the space.|
|Comments||Add||Make comments in the space.|
|Delete||Delete comments from the space.|
|Attachments||Add||Add attachments to pages in the space.|
|Delete||Delete attachments from pages in the space.|
|Delete||Delete individual mail items.|
|Space||Export||Export content from the space via the space-level export screens. Note that this permission doesn't affect the exporting of a single page's content. Anyone who has permission to view the page also has permission to export its content.|
|Admin||Administer this space, including granting permissions to other users. This permission can't be granted to anonymous users (users who aren't logged in).|