Scroll Viewport allows you to check your content before you go live.

Identify Pages That Are Part of Viewport

You can identify which of your Confluence pages are part of a Viewport site by checking the Confluence page content byline. You can find the content byline on every Confluence page under the page title.

If a page is part of a Viewport site, the byline will read 'Scroll Viewport' and include a small globe icon. Clicking that icon will show you which Scroll Viewport site that the page belongs to:

From the table of site names you can access the Viewport site overview page of each site. If you click the globe icon in the table you can open up a preview of that page to see how it will display as an article in your Viewport site(s).

Save Time Using the Article Preview

To avoid going back to Confluence to fix your already published content, we recommend you use the app’s article preview.

Clicking the globe icon next to the site name will show you a preview of your page for that specific Viewport site.

The preview will give you an idea of the layout of the page, even if the page and its changes aren’t part of the last site generation.

Use the preview to see if you need to fix the width of images before going to Viewport. Once fixed, go to your site overview to update the site, generate a preview and bring the changes live.

Fix Content Errors with the Preview Report

With each site generation, Scroll Viewport detects errors in your content and summarizes them in a Preview Report. The preview report helps you identify problems like broken images or unsupported macros before you go live.

You can access the report in the “…” menu in the single site overview page. A new preview report is generated each time you click ‘update site’.

All issues are listed along with the Confluence pages that are affected by them. Use the links to the pages to make the necessary changes in the Confluence editor.

Read more about how previews are generated and how you can detect errors in your Preview Report.