For instance, could I get a list or search somehow for all the pages that haven't been update in a year or more. We might want to use this to make sure pages get update or at least looked at on a regular basis to ensure they are still up to date.
For download Confluence, SQL Plugin for Confluence with an appropriate query on the Confluence database should create a page with links to all the out of date pages. I don't have a query handy, but Site Statistics has some related queries.
For OnDemand, you can do some scripting with the Confluence Command Line Interface getPageList action. Your script will have to look through the list and pick out the pages with an updated date outside your range.
You can make use of the "Recently Updated" macro within a page or space in Confluence.
This might come in handy for you. Just set Content Type to show only pages, if that's what you wish.
You mention not one, but two different metrics to track (page updates vs. page views).
The Archiving Plugin supports both of those and reports on both of those:
It does it automatically, and besides the web interface, it sends you email alerts every time if there is some outdated pages are found. You can set up your lifecycle rules once, and then forget about it.
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