If you want to share your space with people who are not logged in to Confluence (anonymous users), you can make your space public.
To make a space public, your administrator must first turn on the global permission for anonymous access.
This permission doesn't automatically grant anonymous users permission to see any spaces or content, but it does need to be turned on to give space admins the option of granting anonymous users access to their space.
To make your space public:
- Click on the space name in the navigation, and click , then open the Space SettingsPermissions tab
- Click Edit Permissions
- Scroll down to the Anonymous Access section, and select the specific permissions you'd like anonymous users to have
- Click Save all to apply the changes
You can't grant space administration or page restriction rights to anonymous users.