Does it have to be in Confluence? Could you do it in JIRA as part of the dev/QA process?
If not, you could do it using the Task and @mentions functionality.
You could create a page for each doc, set up the tasks and who has to do them, with dates as well. Each person could add a comment to their task saying they'd completed it, and then use @mentions to tell the next person in the process that they have something to do.
Just repeat that until the docs review procedure has finished and the doc can be published.
Thanks for your suggestion and we are already using Comala for reviewing purposes.
We using a CQL query to list (outdated) pages that need maintenance or revisal.
My client now has an additional request on the same subject, but a different level. This question is not only to you but the community in general. We are using Confluence as a Knowledge Base.
When using the Review process, how would we be able to only make the Approved pages visible to the wider community of users? I have thought of using a filter in some way, to let only pages with the attribute set to "Approved" be visible to all users but I haven't yet been able to find the right solution.
Process Owners or Subject Matter Experts need to validate and approve the KB articles that have been put in first, before they can be shared with the rest of the team.
Bear in mind the thought of trust in the organisation and encouraging people to share without any limitations has crossed my mind but my client isn't yet to the point of confidence to do that.
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