Usage tracking, expiration, review workflow, retention and clean-up for your Confluence pages
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.
Authors and supervisors can be automatically notified by the review worklow, about the unused and outdated wiki pages.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.
Archiving Plugin implements Content Lifecycle Management for Atlassian Confluence, to keep your content clean, up-to-date and relevant at all times.
(Some would call this a wiki gardener bot.)
- Quality control
- Review workflows
- Information retention and archiving
Find, then update or archive:
- Expired pages
- Unused pages
- Business / technical documentation
- Knowledge bases
- ... and any type of information.
- Efficiency: don't waste time and money working with inaccurate information.
- Reliability: don't mislead anyone with outdated documentation.
- Lean: reduce the volume of growing, uncontrolled information.
- Get alerts: some content is just critical to be current.
- Archive pages — never delete: move the pages that reached their end-of-life to hidden archive spaces, along with their attachments, comments, labels and other assets.
- Reduce risk: archived pages can be viewed, searched or restored any time later.
Thanks for the review, Lavesh!
Do you know that there is a public feature request tracker where you can vote or suggest features? Moreover, there is already a request posted to support Confluence Questions ! Make sure you vote and post any details that are important for your use case!
These requests are the primary engine for the product roadmap (in addition to our internal product vision).
The feature you mention is in the top part of the product backlog. (This isn't in the topmost section, but it is definitely in the top.) Hopefully we will get there soon.
We are happy to hear that the app worked well for you.
We can't understand your question, though. We are happy to answer, feel free to open ticket any time so that we can help.
Laura, thank you for the review.
As you pointed out, user feedback and demand is a major driving force for our product design process (in addition to our own product vision). We are always super-happy to hear what you like, what you dislike, what you need and what you don't need.
So keep the ideas coming in the future!
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Version 7.4.0 • Confluence Server 5.7 - 6.7.1 • Released 2018-02-06
Page view initialization. Multiple supervisors.
Page view initialization
As the most popular feature request, this version introduces a new feature to solve the "abandoned pages" problem! You can now sensibly initialize the last page view information when building or re-building the content event index.
Multiple supervisors per archiving configuration
You can select multiple users as supervisors in any archiving configuration. This allows making more than one person responsible for the space, resulting in even better content quality.
- Content Quality Statistics and Start Archiving screens give a clear error message when long-running tasks cannot be started due to missing actors (i.e. when the "confluence-administrator" groups that contains the super-user does not exist or does not contain at least one valid user account).
- Archiving configuration editor gives more intuitive validation messages (related to the page view- and update intervals for various triggers).
- Log into your Confluence instance as an admin.
- Click the admin dropdown and choose Atlassian Marketplace. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
- Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
- Locate Archiving Plugin for Confluence via search. The appropriate app version appears in the search results.
- 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.
- Enter your information and click Generate license when redirected to MyAtlassian.
- 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.