Automatically notify user to update page content

I am looking to insure our wiki is always up to date and doesn't contain outdated information from a year ago.

Ideally, this would mean assigning a user (in Confluence, not by word of mouth) a page, and after a certain amount of time of the page going unedited, notify the user that the page needs to be reviewed and updated.

Does this functionality already exist?  Or at the last something similar to it?

As I understand it, "watchers" allow you to be notified when a page is updated. I am looking for the opposite: notify a user when a page needs to be updated!

 

Thanks 

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