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Can multiple organization share pages between their respectives confluence?

I am with company A. We do a lot of stuff. We also have some collobaratives projects with company B, which also does a lot of stuff that does not concern us.

Can we easily share pages between 2 organizations? If so how. We don't want to unlog from our account and then log in to their confluence.

Thank you.

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carlosughini Community Leader Jul 06, 2022

Hi Eric,

Welcome to the community!

Unfortunately, at the moment is not possible to share a confluence space with another organization. You have the options to have the users in your database to access that space, or share the space/pages with external users, but you can't limit to an external organization.

In Confluence Cloud you now have the possibility to use/configure Public Links. This way you can share content with external users without having to pay for extra license seats:

A public link is a special URL that directs to safe, view-only version of an individual Confluence page. The public link can be shared with anyone on the internet. This is a great way to share content with people like clients, vendors, and contractors without needing to pay for an extra seat on Confluence.

The ability to share public links is off by default. Only Confluence and site admins can allow public links in Confluence settings. With public links allowed, users will have the choice to disable or enable public links on individual Confluence pages.

 

For more details I recommend checking the documentation below:

 

I hope this helps.

Kind regards,

Carlos

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