As Scroll Documents maintains feature parity between its Server version and the Cloud version, there are no signifiant differences between the apps.
- Scroll Documents' restriction feature builds on Confluence's page restrictions, which are handled differently in Confluence Cloud and Server. As a consequence, on Server, users will always require edit permissions for pages (at least for document root pages) to be able to receive edit metadata permissions. On Cloud, it's possible to control edit permissions for pages and metadata separately.
- Scroll Documents' read request feature uses Confluence's email notifications. On Cloud, users' email addresses need to be made explicitly available to the app, so that read request can be sent out to them. Learn how to make emails accessible to the app.
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|Scroll PDF Exporter|
Scroll Word Exporter
|Export Scroll Documents to PDF and Word and set default templates for your documents.|
|Scroll Viewport||Add a Scroll Document as a content source to your Viewport site and allow your visitors to switch between multiple version of your content.|
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