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Hi @Rüdiger Johannsen ,
In this case, you can grant them "Guest" access.
1. Add users to the Guest user group, you'll see the option to add Products to this group, select "Guest"
2. Invite your users to your Atlassian site then assign them to the Guest user group
3. Give space access to the Guest user group
I hope this helps!
@Rüdiger Johannsen Yes, you're right, guests can have access to only one space at a time.
There are some ways you can share pages from other spaces to your guest space. I've written an article about content distribution here for your reference: Distribute content to multiple spaces for cross-functional and external collaboration in Confluence :) Do have a check and if you'd like to implement it, I'm happy to explain more!
Btw, if you find my suggestion helpful, please accept my answer, I'd really appreciate it!
@Rüdiger Johannsen Unfortunately, I don't think it's possible.
The only other way to avoid affecting license user count is to allow anonymous access. Although I doubt this is applicable to your use case.
This option lets you make any space on the site accessible by anonymous students (basically anyone on the internet).