We have a question on how you maintain historical confluence versions/pages.
We have a tighter governance around them and thus like to understand best practices. For example, the audit team can inspect a page and its artefacts dated 6 months ago.
Another point is around space admins and permissions. While we should trust admins on permissioning, we have hundreds of teams/admins and prefer to err on the side of caution on permission assignments and accidental deletions.
It’s down to 2 options using 1. page versions/history or 2. creating new (copy) pages separating them from historical ones.
What do you do today and recommendations? Thanks.
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