This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Managing anonymous or public access
With the cloud version of Confluence is there a way to allow anonymous access to people within our company, but not make our confluence pages viewable to the entire world?
As the saying goes - that is like wanting to be "half pregnant".
Your access needs to be one thing or the other.
The only way to control access is via a login, otherwise it IS open to the whole world
You could create a generic company login that supposedly ONLY your company employees can use ... but there is nothing stopping them from leaving your company and still being able to login, or for that matter letting their friends know.
I know specific users could post their personal login details "on facebook" but most people will respect their own personal access as just that since they don't want people doing things under their personal identity
In the spirit of "being half pregnant" you could re-issue a new generic company login once a week or once a month etc so that your external risk is limited to people "in the know" of the new login details - we are doing something like that for attendees at an industry conference - you need to be in the room to see the generic login on the poster which will allow questions/comments from the audience to be captured in the Comments to a page .. but we will revoke that generic account permissions at the end of the conference and their Permissions are VERY limited
should be able with an active directory/single sign on integration which only works in within your company and not outside. Every employee get´s an account but your desktop os hands over the login credentials to confluence and you are logged in without a login screen - not sure if it works with Atlassian products, but should
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