I'm trying to come up with a process or a workflow to audit all the pages in a segment of my work space and keep them valid or archive them.
If my work space consisted of four main pages, I only want to set up and manage the fourth page and it's sub-pages.
Mark, what you've outlined in the other thread can be implemented with the Better Content Archiving app.
(Discl. I'm a developer working on this paid and supported app.)
Depending on your host type - you could:
^ This way, you can search for when pages were last modified and archive them if they're not being regularly updated.
Extend / Apps:
If you're looking for more advanced analytics - such as page views or similar, I'd suggest using an app or upgrade o help manage your content. For example:
Once you locate the pages to archive, it's up to you what you do with them - you could utilise one of the app's approaches above, check out this page - Confluence: Archiving Content - for inspiration, or if you're using Confluence Cloud, check out the beta page on Archiving Pages.
^ Lots of choices, depending on your host type and your need :)
I'm trying set up a repeatable process to keep all of MC SRE confluence pages current: https://confluence.internal.salesforce.com/display/SR/MC+Site+Reliability
From my research, I think the best way to go about it would be to set up Content Review Workflow.
Does this help you understand what I'm trying to accomplish? If not, would you like to set up a quick meeting?
Thanks in advance for your help.
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