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.
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