Page Classification for Confluence

1. Features

• Customization classification levels;
• Unlimited classification level count;
• Additional personal data classification;
• Mandatory for page creation / editing.

2. Installation guide

1. Navigate to ‘Administration’ section in Confluence and choose ‘add-ons’.
2. Once in Atlassians Universal Plugin Manager (UPM), navigate to ‘Find new add-ons’.
3. Search the Marketplace for Page Classification for Confluence.
4. Install the add-on.
5. You’re ready.

3. Set up guide

1. Navigate to Confluence UPM (Confluence Administrator permission needed).
2. Locate the Page Classification plugin and select Configure or use admins left side shortcut Classification Levels.
3. Check if the default configuration suites your use case, update the existing values and/or add options at your discretion.
4. Optionally add short descriptions, to ensure users clearly understand what the Classification level means.
5. Save the configuration to set classification levels or cancel to discard them.

4. Page Classification

To add page classification, open a page in edit mode or create a new one. Next to the update/create button is a drop-down with the defined classification levels (See “Set up guide”) and a checkbox for setting the parameter that the page contains personal data, which is optional i.e if not checked – defaults to “Does not contain personal data”. If the page is not classified yet, the level selection defaults to an empty level and the page cannot be updated, thus making it mandatory.

5. Release notes

Version 1.0.0
• Initial release

7. Liability terms

The Page Classification for Confluence add-on is provided “as is,” and we expressly disclaim any and all warranties and representations of any kind, including any warranty of non-infringement, title, fitness for a particular purpose, functionality, or merchantability, whether express, implied, or statutory.

We shall not be liable for any loss of use, lost or inaccurate data, failure of security mechanisms, interruption of business, costs of delay or any indirect, special, incidental, reliance or consequential damages of any kind (including lost profits).

By downloading and using our Page Classification for Confluence add-on. You agree to accept our terms and conditions as binding ones.