Restricting editing or viewing to just certain people or groups is possible, but can get hairy very quickly. Unless your page (or site) has very specific security or confidentiality needs, it's best to keep things simple.
|This instruction assumes you are the space admin.|
The default permissions for a new space are that anyone who is logged in to Confluence will be able to see (but not edit) content in your space.
DO NOT CHANGE ANONYMOUS PERMISSIONS.
ONLY CHANGE GROUP PERMISSIONS AT YOUR PERIL.
If you really, really, really, really, REALLY need your site to be available only to a small number of people, i.e., because you have sensitive content in your space (but not PII, because you don't ever put PII in Confluence)
Edit Permission for Groups and uncheck the boxes for confluence-users. Doing so will mean that no one except those explicitly listed in Individual Users will be able to view or edit any part of your space.
this is when things can get messy so proceed at your own risk.
Each page can have view and edit restrictions that are more granular than the site as a whole.
Once you place restrictions on a specific page every page below it in the hierarchy will inherit those restrictions.
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