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Induction website

Hi, we have developed an induction website as a region for our region and would like to transfer it somewhere so as it is accessible to all our staff.  Is it possible to get it put into confluence?

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Jun 17, 2023

it is possible to transfer your induction website to Confluence, a collaboration and documentation platform. To accomplish this, you will need to evaluate the website content and convert it into Confluence format. Set up your Confluence instance, create pages to house the content, and migrate the converted content into those pages. Organize the content in a logical structure, customize it using Confluence's features, and thoroughly test it before communicating the new location to your staff. By following these steps, you can successfully make your induction website accessible to all staff members through Confluence, providing a centralized and collaborative platform for sharing information.

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May 02, 2023

@Nui Beamsley Welcome to the Atlassian community

Yes, you could.  Most likely you would need to do it manually which would take time.  If they only need read access to it then you could get premium or enterprise and use IPsec to lock it down after you make it public.  This would cut down on licensing costs.  

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