Publish Versioned Content in Confluence: Scroll Versions 3.0 - What's New, Part III
Welcome to the final part of our look at what's new in Scroll Versions 3.0. You can read the first part here, where we detail the overhauled UI and the new reader view. The second part is here, where we examine three features that take your control over versioned content to new heights. In this post, we'll look at the remaining new features of Versions 3.0 – Scroll Viewport integration for multiple published versions within a single space, and editing permissions fallbacks for dramatically increased publishing speed.
Multiple published versions in one Confluence space
Scroll Versions is now fully integrated with Scroll Viewport. This powerful combination means you can create versions of your content, further segment it with variants and attributes, and publish them to the web rapidly and easily – all within a single space. In fact, Atlassian uses this one-two punch on on their documentation website: confluence.atlassian.com. With Scroll Versions you can deliver dynamic, context-specific content, style it to perfection, and give your readers a best-in-class experience.
Faster, simpler publishing
Scroll Versions no longer requires its own specific set of permissions. If your space is private and only available to a certain set of users, those permissions will automatically be applied. This approach drastically increases performance, as there are significantly fewer permission checks. Additionally there is a new direct publishing mode which enables publishing without preview. It was a much-requested feature, and it's a big help for those who need to push out small changes rapidly. These enhancements let you publish your content faster than ever before, even if your spaces are large or complex.
Scroll Versions offers powerful functionality, and the 3.0 release has expanded upon it significantly. We've seen each new feature in detail, and we've learned how these features help users get the most out of Confluence for documentation management. Here's a quick recap of what's new:
- Enhanced theme compatibility
- Version-based editing permissions
- New and improved UI
- Reader view with specific editing permissions
- Independent module activation
- Scroll Viewport integration for easy web publishing
- Dramatically increased publishing speed