We love the page history feature in Confluence, however, we'd love it even more if we could have dot versions (or subversions) of documents as when we export them and send externally we have to use the version number and sending a document that has version number 24 or 62 because of minor tweaks doesn't look great?
Any help would be great.
Hi Matthew, thank you for the suggestion. Not sure if you have seen this, but there is an addon that further extends Confluence version control capabilities, it is called Scroll Versions. There is a good post about it here.
In addition to that, this idea could be added using a ticket in http://jira.atlassian.com. As a Feature Request request, it can be evaluated to become something delivered in upcoming Confluence releases.
Hope this helps.
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