Recently I've been wondering how does everyone keep the content of their site up to date and duplicate free?
We have a large instance with documents in their tens of thousands, with a large bulk of them being over 12 months old. I don't think I would have any sucess if I was to approach a user with 800 pages and say that 50% of their pages needs reviewing because of their age.
Also, how do you handle documents owned by unknown accounts?
Not sure if this totally answers your question but we're planning to evaluate the following add-on:
It automates the process of ensuring Confluence pages are up to date and relevant.
Assuming your talking about pages rather than attachments...
Anything that is not can be archived/deleted.
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