Archiving Plugin for Confluence on Demand (web hosted)

Hi all,

I'm new to Confluence, so sorry for the stupid question. I am trialling Confluence on-demand (web hosted) and desperately want to take advantage of the "Archiving Plugin for Confluence " feature (page expiry functionality). I have attempted to purchase the add-on and have been stopped by the fact that this option only looks to be for the internally hosted instance of Confluence only. Is there any way I can achieve this functionality without this plug in (with my on-demand instance?). Or is there another way I can upgrade my account or something to make this possible?

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Hi Scott!

We are the developers of the Archiving Plugin. There is a public feature request for this, please come and vote on this to increase its ranking: https://midori.zendesk.com/entries/42610107-Archiving-Plugin-for-Confluence-On-Demand

When it gains enough traction, we will most definitely implement it.

Hi @Ferenc Kiss [Midori] do you guys have plugin for this now?

Make sure you vote for this: https://midori.zendesk.com/entries/42610107-Archiving-Plugin-for-Confluence-On-Demand

This is not available yet, but I cannot disclose more details at the moment.

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