Determine if you have system administrator privileges
In order to configure Content Flow workflows and Comala Workflows globally, you must be a System Administrator.
Install Content Flow
If you have already installed Content Flow, move to the next step.
Navigate to the apps page
Disable the 'View Page Action Override' module
On the Apps page, locate and expand Content Flow. On the right-side of the app description, find and click the text that says "## of ## modules enabled". This will expand all the Content Flow modules.
Find the module called "View Page Action Override". Next to it, click Disable.
Edit Content Flow settings
While still in the Confluence Administration backend, in the left side-menu, find the section called "Brikit Content Flow". Under this, click "Content Flow Settings".
Edit button. Deselect the check-box called "Enable Workflows By Default". Click "Save".
In other words, the "Enable Workflows By Default" should be set to off.
Edit Comala workflow configuration
While still in the Confluence Administration backend, in the left side-menu, find the section called "Comala Workflows". Under this, click "Configuration".
Scroll to the section called "Security". Click the adjacent
Under "Space Workflows" enter the space keys of the spaces where you want ("Allowed" radio button) or do not want ("Restricted" radio button) Comala to be used. For example, click the "Restricted" radio button, and enter the space keys of the spaces in which you do not want Comala activated. Click Save.
Enable Content Flow workflows in each desired space
Follow the "Enable (or Disable) Workflows in a Space" steps described in Enabling and Disabling Workflows.
Start using Content Flow
You are now ready to start using Content Flow. Next up is Creating a Workflow.