You get documentation, and you get documentation!
Once your documentation is ready in Confluence, there are various ways to distribute it to your readers. Check out these customizable options for publishing.
Your team can publish Confluence documentation using web-based approaches, documents, context-sensitive help, or a combination. With each approach, your team will need a space(s) for the completed documentation. From this space, you'll create different deliverable formats of your documentation.
There are many approaches for publishing your documentation on the internet.Create a Help Center with Scroll Viewport
To make your documentation accessible and useful to your users, you can turn your Confluence space(s) into a full-on help center or knowledge base. A help center is a cohesive online experience with a portal page, site-wide search, and simple navigation within a beautiful theme.Create Documents
Sometimes a good old document is just what your users need.Generate Context Sensitive Documentation
If your team makes software, you can provide a great experience for users by easily giving them access to the information they need straight from your app.
Want to publish your team's Confluence documentation so your users can access it? Watch the webinar to find out why we built our own help center on Confluence, and see how you can too →.
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