I've tried the os_username/os_password parameters but I think those are just for Confluence server, not cloud. They didn't work.
I just want it to go to the page, without a login screen. And it cannot be an anonymous login.
It's not possible to embed username and password in the url of Atlassian cloud products. I understand that's very comfortable, but you send your credentials unencrypted over the internet, even with every unsuccessful try. I recommend to change your password and try to use a password manager.
I am embedding a webpage in a winform app and use confluence for help documentation. The login is a read only permission login. It works as it is... but every time the user wants help on a screen it asks for a login which is annoying. The information on the help pages is not vitally sensitive but we don't really want public access.
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