As an editor with many years using Microsoft Word and some time collaborating live with Google Docs, there are two features that I miss very hardly on Confluence:
Take this use case: a designer creates a landing page for an event and grabs the copy from Confluence. When changes are made later on confluence, my designer misses the notification because his inbox is full of them. When he goes back to that page for review, he needs to remember when was the last time he accessed the page, compare that version with his landing page and then compare with the current version. If that process feels tedious, he may not access page histories again.
Imho there should be an option to activate change control or add text as suggestions, so users can view pages and immediately know what has changed since the decision to track changes was made.
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