Auto-archive content in Confluence

Is there a way to require all content created within Confluence to expire/archive in a set period of time (say, six months)? The problem that I've seen with many internal tools is that a lot of content is created, but with newer information coming to light, sometimes the content that is being replaced stays on the site. I would love to have a way where if User A uploads a datasheet on January 1st, they would be prompted to either "renew" the content (thus confirming that it's still relevant and it should still be kept live) or (if nothing is done), it would expire and be archived.

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Davin Studer Community Champion Apr 16, 2014

There is a plugin (paid) for archiving.

Archiving Plugin for Confluence

Davin Studer Community Champion Apr 20, 2014

Is this what you are looking for?

Davin Studer Community Champion Jul 22, 2014

Feel free to mark the question as answered. :)

Thanks, I'll take a look at it to see if it fits our needs. Based on the description, it looks like it does.

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