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    by Mark Millerfor Confluence Server 5.4 - 5.8.18
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    Show pages not edited in the last x days

    Show pages not edited in the last x days

    Pages marked as outdated

    ​Time limit defined per space

    Exclude pages

    Pages are marked as outdated if not edited within a defined time limit.

    Time limit can be defined per space. The feature can also be disabled for a complete space.

    Pages can be excluded by simply adding a label.

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    by Todd Winton on 2016-07-19
    The addon does what it says it does. Configuration is simple and direct. However, I am not receiving notification that pages are out of date nor do I see how to retrieve a report of which pages are out of date that need to be reviewed. Maybe I am missing something?
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    by Kim Poulsen on 2016-06-06
    The plugin looks good and simple. I especially like the opportunity to simply label pages to stop aging messages on them. Great for index pages etc. One thing I miss is the feature from "auto-wiki-gardener", that allows people with sufficient rights to either archive or approve the page for another period. Also very good of the author to publish the source code so that others can contribute. So for now 3 stars because I miss the archive/approve functionality.
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    by Adolfo Casari on 2015-09-14
    Can you describe how you calculate the age? Today is Sept 14 2015 and I have a page last updated on January 14 2015 The message display 7 month and 2 days How you disable it on a space?
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    Mark Miller

    Hi Adolfo,

    First off, many thanks for the review. I'm actually using the JODA library to print out the elapsed time. You are completely correct though, it seems to always miss 1 month.

    I shall add this as an issue and try to fix it as soon as I have some time.

    At the moment, you cannot disable it for a space. You could set the period to 999 years though. I will add the "Disable on Space" option as a new feature request.



    by Evgeny Victorov on 2015-08-10
    I've tested this plugin and found it very useful for notifying users about outdated pages. However, I've faced a following issue: e.g. I have a page which has expired yesterday and change the aging period from 7 to 14 days, the page is still displays the outdated banner, however it has 7 more days before it gets outdated (accroding to the new plugin setting).
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    Mark Miller

    Hi Evgeny,

    Thanks for the review and feedback. I hust tried this on the space level and changed the period between 122 and 128 days (the tested page was edited 123 days ago). It worked for me, but I'm wondering if this is because I did it on the space level.

    Can you let me know if you are making the changes on the space level or on top level and what you are using as a duration period. I presume "Days".

    I will continue to check it using the top level configuration.





    Aging Plugin isn't formally supported.


    Version 1.0.1-SNAPSHOT Confluence Server 5.4 - 5.8.18 Released 2015-07-18


    Initial release


    1. Log into your Confluence instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Add-ons. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate Aging Plugin via search. Results include add-on versions compatible with your Confluence instance.
    5. Click Install to download and install your add-on.
    6. You're all set! Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

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