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Hi @Levente Szabo _Midori_ . My goal is to have an administered status for pages (ie. not to us tags) and to be able to automate documentation "freshness" checks. The CQL would provide the metadata for the lifecycle of the document. Some documents can be marked "Don't review" and be ignored (via the CQL), others in different statuses could then have notification workflows automatically kicked off, or associated Jira Tickets created to track the "updates" to the docs.
In this case, I recommend looking into the dedicated Confluence lifecycle management solution, Better Content Archiving for Confluence. After becoming a go-to tool on Data Center and Server, it will be soon available for Cloud as well.
Request early access by writing a line to me at email@example.com or join our Slack.
Better Content Archiving allows you to create your own set of statuses with their CQL definitions and build your content status schemes. The app automatically classifies content based on your rules and you can launch content review workflows using notification emails.
As a next step of the launch process, automatic archiving of Confluence pages will also be available.
It's free until the GA release and Early Access users are in for discounts at the official launch.
(Please note that I'm part of the team developing Better Content Archiving for Confluence.)