Our team is writing documents in confluence. I want to have a documentation site like help.mycompany.com that my customers can access without having a need to log in where all my confluence articles are published. How to do that?
For a scenario like this, you might want to take a look at scroll viewport (from k15t) to extend Confluence.
The app lets you publish and style your Confluence content to a publicly available website, an approach Atlassian is using themselves for (a lot of) the Atlassian documentation.
If I am not mistaken, the authentication features are not fully completed yet, but you can always reach out to the vendor to learn more on where they are in the process.
We're getting closer with Authentication!
Currently, you can generate tokens that can be used by customers to access your content.
We're currently working on support for SAML and then later, OpenID authentication methods.
I think my team's app Scroll Viewport will do just what you're looking for. With our app, you can choose which spaces you want to publish, customize the look and feel of the site, and give it a custom URL.
Here's our help center, as an example of what you can create: help-cloud.k15t.com
Let me know if there's anything else you'd like to see, I'm always happy to see what our apps can do for teams.
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