Get the high-level details you need to set up your Confluence Cloud site in order to meet your team's needs.
Learn how to create great content and organize it.
Learn how to collaborate on pages and blogs, get notified about activity, and view analytics to see how content is performing.
Adjust settings around who can see what content on your site and what actions they can perform on it.
Find everything a site admin needs to know to keep their Confluence Cloud site running smoothly.
Get an overview of the macros and premium features that extend Confluence functionality.
Confluence Standard helps teams of all sizes work effectively and collaborate. They can add and manage teams of 10+ to 10,000. Our Standard plan gives teams more flexibility, content management and user management controls, and personalized support. It includes features like space and page permissions, page insights, page archive, audit logs, anonymous access, 9-5 support, and 250 GB of storage.
Here’s a breakdown of our Standard features:
With Standard, you can add 10+ users (up to 20,000) on one instance.
250 GB for your team
Access to our Confluence support experts
Assign, revoke, and modify space or page permissions to individual users, groups, or anonymous users (Free plans do not allow permission settings for spaces or pages).
For each paid user, Admins can add up to 5 guests for no additional cost or licenses. Each guest is limited to a single space, but there are no limits to how many spaces can be shared or how many guests can be in each space.
File away outdated pages to keep page trees tidy with relevant content. Access archived pages anytime for historical context.
Get engagement analytics on page views, user views, and comments.
When you need to troubleshoot a problem or keep a record of important events, such as changes to global permissions, the audit log allows administrators to look back at changes that have been made in your site.
Anonymous access makes your Confluence site publicly available, enabling access to your content to users outside of your organization. Confluence's anonymous access is most commonly used for customer-facing knowledge bases and documentation.
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