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If you wish to, you can disable the access to Confluence pages from Linchpin Mobile.

How to disable access to Confluence pages from Linchpin Mobile?

It is now possible to fully disable mobile access to Confluence pages via Linchpin Mobile app as an administrator for individual Confluence instances.


To do so, navigate to Confluence administration → Linchpin Mobile → Configuration.

Activate the Enable mobile access to Confluence pages in the app button if users should be able to access Confluence pages within the mobile app.

Deactivate the Enable mobile access to Confluence pages in the app button if users should have no access to Confluence pages within the mobile app. 


If mobile page access for a Confluence instance is disabled, it is no longer possible for Linchpin Mobile users to...

  • ... see and display the 'Pages' tab in the app's main navigation.
  • ... access 'Saved for later' and 'Recently visited' sections in the app's 'More' tab.
  • ... follow links to any Confluence page within the app.

Mobile Confluence page access via Linchpin Mobile is enabled by default.


Availability of this feature:

  • Linchpin Mobile 2.17.0 or above
  • Linchpin Intranet Suite 1.2.0 or above

Available for the Linchpin Mobile app
Available for branded custom apps





This content was last updated on 04/16/2020.

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