Allow profile fields as criteria for showing/hiding content

Users are filling in many informations about themselfs in their profile, either by way of an AD or LDAP, or by manually editing it. They may be using add-ons like Linchpin Profile, as well, granting even more depth and detail about who they are.

Showing or hiding information based on profile data would allow some way of personalizing pages and contents for users, thus adding significance and relevance. Example:

Multilanguage blog posts: Imagine a space with content in 2 or 3 languages; while pages can be handled with add-ons like Translation for Confluence, there is no way to do this gracefully for blogposts. Therefore I would go about this in such a way:

  • Create a blogpost per language.
  • Label it with something like "en-uk" or "de-at".
  • Configure space home page with "show if" for each language
    • criteria: prefered language of current user
    • content: latest blogposts labled with fitting language tag

Regards
Peter

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  • Apr 15 2019
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    Shared ServiceRocket commented
    December 18, 2019 03:43

    See similar idea at VIS-I-10