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Navigate the App

Once Scroll Documents is active in your Confluence instance, within your spaces you will see three entry points to Scroll Documents' functionality. These entry points take you to the following contexts:

  1. Document Library

  2. Document Toolbox

  3. Document Manager

  4. Scroll Page Info

The Scroll Documents entry options in Confluence page view

Document Library

To access the Document Library:

  • Click Scroll Documents from the Apps section in your space sidebar.

In the Document Library, you can:

  1. Browse all documents in the space

  2. Create a new document

  3. Open the Document Reader

  4. Access the Read Request Manager

  5. Navigate to the Document Manager

Document Toolbox

From the Document Toolbox, you can:

  1. View document details

  2. Save a version

  3. Open the Document Reader

  4. Navigate to the Document Manager

  5. Switch between versions using the Version Picker

  6. Execute some version-specific actions including:

Document Manager

Navigation to the Document Manager is possible both through the cog icon in Document toolbox and by clicking on the Document cards in the Document Library.

In the Document Manager, you can:

  1. View Document details (title and cover image)

  2. Go to the Document Library

  3. Manage Variants, Translations, and Context Keys

  4. Take document specific actions:

  5. Compare versions

  6. Use the version history table to:

  7. Save a Version

Elements within the Document Manager

Scroll Page Info

With Scroll Documents installed, a new "Scroll Page Info" entry appears in the byline of your Confluence pages. A quick click reveals key details about your page:

  • Is it part of a Scroll Document? You'll see a clear indication of whether this page is part of a Scroll Document. If the page is not a part of a document you will see the message “This page is not part of a document”.

    Message in the Scroll Page Info saying the page is not part of a document
  • If part of a document, does it have a Scroll Page Title? If the page is a part of a Scroll Document you’ll see wether the page has a Scroll Page Title. This special title is used when publishing to Scroll Viewport or exporting with Scroll Exporter. You can learn more about how to customize Scroll Page Titles here: How Can I Have Duplicate Page Titles Within the Same Version?

    Scroll Page Info showing the page has a Scroll Page Title

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