Custom versioning of pages in confluence

How can I custom version the pages that are created and modified in Confluence?  I have requirements document for which I created a page.  Now I have opened it for review say version 1.0.  Now after review I want to mark it as version 1.1 even though there might be several version in the page history I want to highlight version 15 is what is version 1.1 and is ready for next review.  How do I achieve this?

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I'd use page properties to maintain your release version independently of your actual versions.

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There is an add-on called Baselines that should be the intelligent way of solving this.

I never used the add-on itself, but baselines are the concept that is generally used for this purpose.

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