I want my third parties to access user guides that i create in Confluence inside our firewall. Each third party might have a different version of a guide.
But I don't want them to have access to inside our firewall. I want them to access the information securely outside of our firewall
I do want the benefit of third parties commenting on pages and improving the guide but can't have them inside.
So I though that I should create an instance of Confluence outside of our firewall and sync certain pages.
How would I do that? How do I have two instances of Confluence one inside and one out where certain pages that perhaps I label with 'sync-extern' get copied to the external version.
It’s been great to hear from fellow users over the last few weeks about the best tips and fun moments you’ve had working on Confluence since the transition to working remote. I’d love to keep the c...
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