Public documents in confluence

Hey,

Is it possible to create documents that is visible to public peoples who don't have a user on atlessian (Like a wiki page). We want to document our installation proccess for customers but also maintain an internal documentation and wondering if confluence can fit as a solution.

Thanks

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Hi,

You can have a space in your Confluence instance for the "installation process", and enable public access for that space only. More information on setting up public access can be found here:

- https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Setting+Up+Public+Access

Cheers.

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Hi Ben, 

If you are using Confluence Cloud you may want to explore Instant Websites which allows you to publish a space to a public, fast, mobile responsive website. We use it for our product documentation.

Cheers,
Nick Muldoon
Arijea 

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