Many teams write documentation in Confluence. They need the ability to create and share versions of the documentation with their users while also being able to update multiple pages in the background, without their users seeing the changes.
To accomplish this normally, a team would need to make copies of all the pages in their documentation and to share them with their users as “versions”. While this approach is viable, it’s not very functional, as it requires the team to create and manage multiple copies of pages and page trees manually.
However, by enabling Scroll Documents on their documentation, a team can quickly create and share versions with their users while continuing to update content in their private working version. Page management, links between pages, and restrictions are all handled by Scroll Documents, so the team can instead focus on sharing versions and writing great documentation.