I am aware that Confluence displays its contents publically to all and spaces can be constrained to certain user groups. However, we are using Confluence as a support centre (which has limited access to certain users we predefine) and were wondering, is there a way to publish technical documentation to our customers without them choosing a global space from the main Dashboard page? We know we can use PDF or static html but would like live content. How can we do this? Your help would be most appreciated.
Your best option is to allow anonymous access to Confluence in the global permissions and then allow anonymous users to view the desired space. Finally you can configure the site home page to be a particular space by following the documentation at https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Configuring+the+Site+Home+Page. So when anonymous users visit your Confluence instance they'll be taken to that space automatically and have permission to view it. :)
Thank you for your response.
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