How to track obsolete content in Confluence?

Peter Bengov Community Champion Apr 27, 2015

I have a large amount of pages across the company. 

I'd like to have the ability to view pages which weren't viewed / updated for an X amount of time. Any suggestions? A macro / free plugin (I'm aware of Archiving Plugin for Confluence, but the cost is just too high).

We have Google Analytics configured but I can't seem to find a way to do that with GA.

Thanks

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Hello Peter, you can use a plugin such SQL for Confluence as and use the following queries:

SELECT spaces.spacename, MAX(content.lastmoddate)
FROM content, spaces
WHERE content.spaceid = spaces.spaceid
GROUP BY spaces.spacename;

Please post to this should you have any other queries on the matter.

Hi, Does this also work to see pages that have not been viewed in a really long time or would we need to use something like Google Analytics for that?

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