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Documenting an application in Confluence Cloud

Barbara Szczesniak
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Feb 09, 2024

I am using Confluence Cloud to create a user guide for an application developed by my company. My documentation is intended for the application users who are inside my company, since documentation we provide to outside users requires regulatory approval.

I am, however, including how those outside users perform various tasks in the application so that our internal users will be aware of what they see and do when interacting with them.

Since our internal users only need read access to the documentation, we have decided to use Scroll Viewport to generate a Web Site output for them, rather than giving them all Confluence accounts. This also solves the issue where I will need to edit Confluence pages for future changes without these users seeing the changes before they are ready to publish.

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So how do I get the user guide 

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Andy Gladstone
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Feb 14, 2024

@Barbara Szczesniak that's a perfect application of a Marketplace app that can help save on licensing. Add to that the ease of use of Scroll Viewport and it is a winning combo. Thanks for sharing this use case!

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That's Great!!

The way you limit the access to the user, it's remarkable.

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Feb 19, 2024

@Barbara Szczesniak 

Good way of limiting the users.

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Summer.Hogan
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Feb 21, 2024

I stumbled upon this article @Barbara Szczesniak and found this very helpful. Thank you! 

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