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How to disable changes via Scroll Viewport until a page is approved?


I am currently using Scroll Viewport for a help page with versioning. I have encountered an issue where I am unable to set up a review process before a drafted page becomes visible in the Scroll Viewport.

To clarify my question: Is it possible to have a page in draft status, managed through the 'Scroll Versions documentation workflow' in a specific version, not display the most recent changes in the Scroll Viewport? Instead, I'd like to view the previously approved version of the page in the Scroll Viewport.

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Max Foerster - K15t
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Oct 26, 2023

Hi @Maria Petkova,

Max here from K15t. :) Can it be that you also use Comala apps in your Confluence and integrate them with our Scroll apps? The mention of the workflow indicates that this might be the case.

Since that makes the publishing situation more complex, can you please contact us in our help center and create a support request so we can look at your current setup and find a way to achieve your goal?

I look forward to seeing you again in our support. 🤘🏼

Best, Max

Hi @Max Foerster - K15t,

Thank you for the answer. 
Yes, I tried with Comala apps, which is not obligatory. 

If there is an easy way  of not publishing the changes via Scroll Viewport until a reviewer in someway approves them, please give me a hint how to do it and I will drop the use Comapa apps.

Thank you!


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