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Hi Confluence Community!
While the first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere was *technically* March 20th, it feels like spring finally (!) arrived in my neck of the woods this week. I’m working with the windows open and not to be too cliched but the sun is shining, birds are chirping, flowers are blooming and everything’s starting to green up. 🌷
I always forget what a difference the shift in seasons makes! The extra hours of daylight have me feeling refreshed, energized, and motivated to tackle some spring cleaning. ☀️
In my digital workspace, this means everything from deleting those screenshots that have accumulated on my desktop to sifting through a scary amount of open tabs (#BrowserWindowHoarderStatus). 🧹
One task I just started to tackle is cleaning up my Confluence. For me, this includes auditing pages I’ve created in both my Personal and Team spaces to determine what should stay, what needs to be updated, what can be consolidated, and what can be archived. While I’ve got a handle on the update/consolidate part, I’m not so decisive when it comes to what should stay and what should go.
So, I’d love to hear from you (admins and end users alike!): How do you decide when it’s time to get rid of a Confluence page? Let me know your best tips for cleaning up a Confluence space 🙂