By default, Scroll Viewport will use your space hierarchy to transform your Confluence content into a help center.
This means that the content organisation in your space will define the structure of your site:
All pages in your space will get an article page.
All child pages will be organised under their parent page in an expandable article navigation.
Each space will get its own landing page - the content source page.
All parent pages will become a seperate topic on your content source page.
If more than one content source is added, a new landing page is added (the portal page). All content sources will appear as a seperate tile on that portal page. Clicking the tile will take the user to the content source page.
Scroll Viewport also uses native Confluence Cloud functionalities like labels and macros to help you define and structure your content further.
The articles in this section will show you how you can optimise the help experience for your users using additional features: