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Mark the Blog Posts as Expired

Hello Team,

Is there a way to mark the unused (old) blog posts as Expired and Archive them instead of deleting? 

Thanks in advance!

2 answers

@Sravan Duddella 

Better Content Archiving for Confluence is the go-to app for requirements like this and generally for content lifecycle management for Confluence.

The server/data center version will have the ability to mark blogs as expired and archive them very soon (this is one of the top requested features.)

The reason it comes later is that the development of the cloud version is prioritized currently. The good news is that the Early Access Program has launched recently and you can try the app today! The cloud version can mark blog posts as expired and will be able to archive them as well (archiving is not part of the EAP program but will come a bit later).

If you are interested in the cloud version, please drop me a line at or join our Slack.

For the server version, please give the app a try and also vote for (thumbs-up) the blog archiving feature request to get updates when it comes out.

(Please note that Better Content Archiving for Confluence is a paid and supported app and I'm part of the team developing it.)

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G subramanyam Community Leader Jan 03, 2023

Hi @Sravan Duddella welcome to the Atlassian community.

You may create a space with name Archived and outdated and move respective pages. You may ask your Confluence admin to set access permissions or restrictions to that archived space.

Well, I'm looking to archive Blog Posts, not pages/ spaces. 

Like G subramanyam likes this

Blog posts are a special type of pages :)

You can move them to a space with restricted access, or, if they still need to be available, move them to an archived space.

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