I have one Confluence page that is common for two different purposes, one for onpremise, and for for Cloud. One word on the page differs depending on the audience. Is there a way to use a condition on a single page to get the PDF export to be different depending on the audience. I know that labelling only works for a page, not for a piece of text.
For this, I would recommend my team's app Scroll Versions. With the content variants feature, you can specify variants of your content, like change a word based on Cloud or Server, and then export the content: https://help.k15t.com/scroll-versions/latest/intro-to-conditional-content-and-variants-147036974.html
You can see how we use variants on our help site where users can pick the Cloud or Server variant, depending on their platform: https://help.k15t.com/
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