I would like to use Confluence Cloud Knowledge Base as the online documentation/manual for my web app.
I do not want the documentation to be public however and I do not want to have to create a confluence user account for each of my users and have them log into confluence.
Is there a way to achieve this ?
Out of the box (so to speak) there isn't a way to do this.
Confluence Cloud supports anonymous access (so you can have public content), but there is no way to add something like a basic auth password to the site. Maybe you could talk to https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/instant-websites/cloud/overview about adding that feature to their Instant Websites add-on?
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