Confluence admins can easily group classification levels into Level Schemes and these can be applied to your entire Confluence instance or to specific spaces, depending on your requirements.

Level Schemes have been designed to provide you with greater flexibility and customization when using the classification levels in Compliance for Confluence.

Creating a Level Scheme

To start creating your Level Schemes, first access the Settings in the left-hand navigation bar within Compliance for Confluence.

Next, open the Level Schemes tab. This will open the configuration settings where you can create and manage your Level Schemes in Confluence. Here you will see the Default Level Scheme which will contain all classification levels by default but you can easily create your own by pressing + Create Level Scheme.

You will then see a screen similar to the one below.

Start by giving your Level Scheme a Name. You can also add a description to help differentiate this from other Level Schemes. The description is particularly useful if you have a number of admins working in Confluence as it will give them context as to what the Level Scheme is used for.

 

Once you have added a name and description t=it’s time to select which classification levels you want to include in this Level Scheme. Drag the relevant classification levels from Available Levels to Levels in Scheme (as shown below).

Important: Classification levels added to the Levels in Scheme box will be on only classification levels available if this scheme is applied to a Confluence space.

Once you are happy with your selection, click Add and the Level Scheme will be created and added to the table in the Level Schemes page.


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