We have a large team using confluence. Everyone contributes. But when data decays it is possible that people will use outdated information. Seems like an effective alter would be to have data files that havent been updated for a while (say 6 months) or havent been viewed in that period (or some other) to be flagged.
It would be great if pages that met come obsolescence criteria could be displayed with a watermark (or a banner) warning that data might be suspect.
You would have to mark the page header with something like "This page is now Obsolete... Please contact the administrator for more information.......”. If you wish to "archive" only few pages in a space, there is a workaround to do it via permissions and page restrictions.
You can review the information here.
You can also review the Better Content Archiving for Confluence plugin to see if suits your requirement.
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