Confluence: Confluence ファイルを非 Confluence ユーザーと共有することはできますか
Can I share Confluence files to a non-Confluence user?
A user is defined as a unique, named account that has been granted access to Confluence. A named account will count against license totals.
Anonymous users (i.e. public access) may also be granted access and does not count against license totals.
- Confluence Cloud: Setting up public (anonymous) access
- Confluence Server: Setting up public (anonymous) access
If you enable anonymous access to your Confluence instance or a Confluence space, meaning public access has been granted, anyone (i.e. non-licensed Confluence users) will be able to view your Confluence pages and any attached files.
- Confluence Cloud: Permissions and Restrictions
- Confluence Server: Permissions and Restrictions
If you don't want to enable anonymous access to your Confluence instance or a Confluence space, you'd need to create named accounts for anyone you would like to be able to view your Confluence pages and any attached files.
For Confluence Server, third-party apps such as Comala Share It can be used to share read-only Confluence pages to non-licensed users without requiring anonymous access to be enabled.