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User Specified Landing Page before being asked to Login

Hi there,

I am currently trying to use confluence to build out a community space for our customer base. However, I want to create a community landing page that can be accessed by customers prior to signing up or logging in to confluence. Meaning that if users clicked the link to the community space from our website, they would be greated with a landing page detailing what content is hosted in the site and encourage to sign up/login, as opposed to being hit with a login screen straight away. Is there a way to achieve this?

 

Thank you in advance for any help or assistance :)

Best regards

Eoin

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Connor Rising Star Jan 24, 2023

Hi @Eoin Curran create a landing page with the content you described, then use one of these two methods.

  1. Share content externally with public links.
    • Based on that documentation this feature is temporarily restricted, so you would have to have been using it already to use this method. This is the method I would use once its no longer restricted.
  2. Share your site externally with anonymous access.
    • Create a new space that will only contain your new landing page.
    • Enable anonymous access on the site level, enable anonymous access for your new space, and make sure it's disabled for all other spaces.
    • Direct your customers to your landing page which should now be anonymously accessible.
    • This isn't my preferred method as anyone with space admin permissions could mistakenly allow anonymous access to other spaces that shouldn't be public.

Thanks Connor, much appreciated.

Connor Rising Star Feb 07, 2023

You're welcome @Eoin Curran :) If you're satisfied with my answer please mark it as accepted, that way others with the same/similar question will know your question was answered. 

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