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How do I publish multiple spaces to a single Live published Site?

Donna Cooper March 5, 2024

I have created a Site and separated it into 4 sections and created 4 spaces, one linked to each section on the Site. 

Is there a way to sync each space to it's relevant section on the Site at the same time as we only appear to be able to publish one at a time. 

I am new to Confluence so I may have set up our structure incorrectly and would like some guidance one how to resolve it.

So far I have only been able to sync one space at a time to publish to the Site.

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Kristian Klima
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March 5, 2024

Hi @Donna Cooper and welcome.

Are you using  Scroll Viewport by k15t ? It kinda sounds like you are :)

If not, you should take a look at this, because it does exactly what you want to achieve. It's not free but it's only $20 a month for Confluence free.

Anyway...  Viewport creates a dedicated website, a documentation center, from any number of spaces that you designate in the app. 

Then, once all your changes are ready for publishing, Viewport will rebuild the entire site in one go.

With a few other apps, that are free on your Confluence tier, you can get more granular and only update, for example, individual pages from individual space, one space at a time, or all spaces at once.

Donna Cooper March 5, 2024

Thank you, I will take a look at how Scroll Viewport has been set up as I didn't do that bit. 

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Kristian Klima
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March 5, 2024

If in doubt, get in touch with K15t, their Support is excellent.

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Barbara Szczesniak
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March 5, 2024

@Donna Cooper Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

Since you're new to Confluence, I just want to make sure of what you mean by some of your terminology, so we can make sure that the solution @Kristian Klima proposed (which I am using) meets your needs.

I have created a Site and separated it into 4 sections and created 4 spaces, one linked to each section on the Site.

I'm not sure what you mean by sections. A Confluence Site is divided into Spaces. Have you found the Get Started with Confluence guide? It explains the terminology and basics of setting up and using Confluence.

Or are you saying that you set up a Web Site, separate from Confluence, and you want to publish the content from your Confluence Spaces to different sections of this Web Site? If this is your goal, then I would also recommend using Scroll Viewport. Note that Scroll Viewport can actually set up the separate sections in your output web site.

You can follow the various links on the app page in the Atlassian Marketplace to access videos and documentation about the app.

Kristian Klima
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March 5, 2024

@Barbara Szczesniak I think they're using Viewport already, based on @Donna Cooper 's answer. 

And it's possible they're also using Scroll Documents, which would qualify as 'sections' (for Scroll Docs in a space).

Barbara Szczesniak
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March 5, 2024

Thanks for clarifying, @Kristian Klima 

Donna Cooper March 6, 2024

I'm still learning the correct terms for everything but I have found out I do have access to Scroll Viewport and Scroll Documents. 

So it's now all configured to use Scroll Documents in Scroll Viewport so we can get versions for each of the spaces to be published.

Also being working out how to use the workflows so that any changes made to the Pages within a Space are reviewed and approved before I publish them.

Thank you for all your help

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