is there a way in Confluence to make documents public or to give read-only rights? That way we would avoid having to add client users (developers developing against our API’s) as paid licensees in our platform.
Hey @Thomas Capacci ,
I'm Shannon from K15t, the vendors of the Scroll Viewport app that Aron mentioned above. Scroll Viewport would be a great option for this. We use it ourselves to deliver our website and help center from Confluence.
An alternative here would be Scroll Documents, which you can use to create a public library for your documents and even multi-page documents. You can create and maintain them in an internal space and then simply copy them over to a public space when you'd like to make them publicly accessible / read-only. Here’s a blog post that outlines this solution, with a couple examples of live public sites and libraries. It's available on both Cloud and Server.
If you have any questions about either app, we're happy to help or show you a demo. Just get in touch with us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hi @Thomas Capacci ,
you can make a space readable for anonymous users. Then this space behaves just like a public webpage without any authorization.
But you can only enable this permission for a whole space, not for single pages within the space.
Thanks for the heads up so this happens when I make a space public and then I need to assign the space permissions as I want (as decribed here https://confluence.atlassian.com/confcloud/assign-space-permissions-724764762.html)
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