How can I have the same content appear in two Confluence wiki pages?

I have content that needs to be appear in two Confluence wiki pages but I obviously only want to do updates in one place.

One place is in a restricted view (because it needs restricted context) and another wiki is public (minus all the restricted context)

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Have you checked the excerpt and excerpt include macro?

If this doesn't work for you, the roadrunner plugin could also be an option.


Hope this help,


I haven't and didn't know of tha tmacro will check it out

I assume that what you want is to have a page with public content and another page that shows the public content plus the restricted content.

Place the public content on a publicly viewable page.  Use an include macro to also show that content on the restricted page.

cool, let me try that!

Or you can set up 2 spaces in 1 instance, giving internal space internal access by correct permission scheme, using Comala Publish plugin to publish contents from one space to another. This plugin is at Atlassian Marketplace: (Publish draft pages and spaces to published spaces and copy one space to another)

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