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    for Confluence Server 5.7 - 6.2.0 and more versions
    Versions available for Confluence Server 2.8.0 - 4.2.12
    Confluence Server 4.3 - 5.1.5
    Confluence Server 5.2.3 - 5.5.7
    Confluence Server 5.6-old - 5.6.6
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    This add-on is compatible with the clustering and high-availability capabilities of our products.

    Usage tracking, expiration, review workflow, retention and clean-up for your Confluence pages

    Usage tracking, expiration, review workflow, retention and clean-up for your Confluence pages

    Health checks for your ever growing Confluence

    Review unused and expired pages

    Easily archive pages — never delete

    Know the currency, validity and quality of your information. Automate content health checks for technical documentation, intranet pages, knowledge bases, records or any other content type.

    ☛ How does it work?

    Authors and supervisors can be automatically notified by the review worklow, about the unused and outdated wiki pages.

    Update the stale pages to prevent costly errors, or archive them to remove the clutter.

    Move the pages that reached their end-of-life to hidden archive spaces, along with their attachments, comments, labels and other assets.

    View, search or restore archived pages any time later.

    More details

    Archiving Plugin for Confluence provides:

    • Automatic content health checks for your technical documentation, intranet pages, knowledge bases, Confluence records or any other type of information.
    • Simple yet flexible review worklows for unused- (no-one views) and expired wiki pages (no-one updates).
    • Archival and restoration of stale wiki pages.
    • Viewing and searching of archived pages.



    • Efficiency - Reduce the volume of growing, uncontrolled information.
    • Productivity - Don't waste resources relying on inaccurate information.
    • Consistency - Get automatic alerts on content that is critical to be current.
    • Reliability - Don't #@!% anyone with outdated documentation.
    • Compliance - Achieve compliance with regulations by preserving the "wiki memory" for ever.
    • Reduced risk - Do not delete content. Archive it.

    Make sure you read: Managing content in Confluence: Archiving and retention policies

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    User reviews

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    by André Rossky on 2017-05-18
    In need of support these guys replied quickly. Thanks for the great help and pointer in the right direction.
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    by Kristof Vandermeersch on 2017-05-18
    This is really a useful Add-On for your Confluence environment. It easily gives an overview of not-updated pages and not-viewed pages since a certain period you're interested in. Also, the support is great. In our case, Midori Support contacted the supplier of the Comala Workflows Add-on to get an incompatibility between the Archiving Plugin and Comala Workflows Add-on fixed. It was fixed in no time (v6.1.2) , great!
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    Midori Global Consulting Kft.

    Thanks for the review, Kristof!

    The complete story is that Comala Workflows had an overly aggressive CSS that broke our UI, and although we gave a workaround for the problem on our side, the Comala guys also released a fix within some days! I guess this is how the Atlassian ecosystem should work (and it mostly does).

    by Joe Yeakel on 2017-04-26
    The Archiving Plugin provides many features that help clean up a Confluence instance that has gone too long without curation, and then to stay on top of it as it continues to grow. Additionally, their support team is very responsive and has done quick work in the past to address bugs I've raised, working overtime to get me a fix as soon as possible. Great product and great support.
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    by Roger Sheen on 2017-04-25
    We use the Archiving plugin to flag stale content and improve the signal-to-noise ratio in our wiki, which is used by thousands of users worldwide. The plugin provides flexible mechanisms for defining content lifecycles and archiving policies based on when content was last modified or viewed. To ensure our content stays fresh, we track pageviews and modification dates and define lifecycle transitions based on these metrics. This helps to improve the relevance of search results by returning only content that is actively maintained, and moving legacy content to the archives for long-term storage. Midori Support has been instrumental in helping us recognize and resolve issues with our content — even those that were not caused by their plugin. The Archiving plugin is an essential part of our long-term archiving strategy, and I highly recommend it to other Information Architects and anyone who maintains large Confluence instances.
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    by Tim Brigham on 2017-04-12
    Works really well to keep our internal documentation up to date.
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    Version 7.0.0 Confluence Server 5.7 - 6.2.0 Released 2017-05-24


    Support for Confluence Data Center. Compatibility release for Confluence 6.2.


    Support for Confluence Data Center (cluster)

    We are happy to announce that this add-on version implements the long awaited support for Confluence Data Center deployments!

    Over the last 10 months we put insane efforts to the 6.x releases (the grounding work) and to this new release, aiming to provide Content Lifecycle Management for Confluence clusters. 6.x allows to efficiently process millions of pages, while 7.x allows to do that over multiple Confluence nodes.

    Learn more about archiving in Data Center deployments

    Compatibility with Confluence 6.2

    This version is also a compatibility release for Confluence 6.2.


    1. Log into your Confluence instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Atlassian Marketplace. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate Archiving Plugin for Confluence via search. The appropriate add-on version appears in the search results.
    5. Click Try free to begin a new trial or Buy now to purchase a license for Archiving Plugin for Confluence. You're prompted to log into MyAtlassian. Archiving Plugin for Confluence begins to download.
    6. Enter your information and click Generate license when redirected to MyAtlassian.
    7. Click Apply license. If you're using an older version of UPM, you can copy and paste the license into your Confluence instance.

    To find older Archiving Plugin for Confluence versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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