A Scroll Viewport site can consist of many content sources. Each content source you select is one of your Confluence Cloud spaces.

Adding a Scroll Document as a content source is still in beta and only available for a closed group of user. Contact us to receive beta access.

Add a content source

To add content sources to your site, from the single site overview click on the plus (+) button on the top right of your Content sources table.

A new window will pop up where you can add one new content source at a time:

  1. In the content source field, enter the name of your space to select it

  2. Click Next

  3. Configure the URL path for each of your content sources. By default, Viewport will use the space key or document name for the content source segment of the URL.

  4. Click Save

On the overview page, you will see all of the content sources that have been added.

You will need to update your site to re-generate a preview before the new content sources will appear in your live site.

You can always go back to the + button and add more content sources to your live site.

Make sure that the spaces you add have the right space permissions set, so that Scroll Viewport can access the space and add its content to your site.

Prevent space content from going live

If you add a space as a content source, all of its content will be part of the site. Remember to restrict any content within the space that you don’t want to be live on your help center.

You will need to restrict this directly in your Confluence space settings, not within the Scroll Viewport app. Learn more about how you can configure which spaces Scroll Viewport can access.

Remove content sources

You can always go back and remove your content sources from your live site.

To remove a content source, find it in the Content sources table and open the ••• menu next to it. Select remove and click remove again from the dialog to confirm your action.

Remember to click update site each time you add a new or remove a content source. A removed content source will still be part of your live site until you go live again after making the changes.

Handle multiple content sources with a portal page

If you add more than one content source, your site will receive a new landing page: the portal page.

If you set up a help center with multiple content sources, customizing the portal page in the theme editor will allow you to optimise the browse experience for your users and help them navigate your content.