As you iterate your product, it's important to write and maintain documentation for each version. With Confluence, your team can control each change to a page and space. It's important to ensure the correct changes end up in the relevant version. This means you can publish the right documentation for the most recent release, document minor releases, and prepare for the next major release.
Use page and space versions to track changes and organize your content versions.Create a Space for Each Version
A great way to start managing space changes is by creating an initial space for your documentation.Write in an Authoring Space and Move for Publishing
If your team makes a product that's always on the latest version, such as a SaaS app, it may be less important for users to have access to older versions of your documentation.Write in One Space Using Page Restrictions
Another approach is to use a single space for both authoring new documentation and publishing released documentation.Manage Multiple Versions in One Space With Scroll Versions
Expanding the functionality of page versions, the Scroll Versions app introduces the concept of true space versions.
Page Changes and Space Changes