Is there Plugin for Aging content?

I'm looking for a way to have Confluence notify a group (not an individual) at the end of a preset time, 1mth, 6 mths, 1 yr etc. to look at a document on the Wiki for the purpose of updating it if needed.

Does such a thing exist? I know there is one that sort of does this but it goes to an individual and that doesn't work when you have teams of content editors that can change overtime.

Thanks in advance.

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Hi Richard,

maybe the Confluence Archiving Plugin does the job for you:


The Archiving Plugin primarily notifies the creators and the last modifiers of expired pages. As you mentioned they may have left the company in the meanwhile, so as a safety belt, the plugin also notifies the administrators of the corresponding spaces. I think this should match your requirement, as the space admin group should never be empty or inactive.

This table contains the precise description of who is notified in what situation:

If it is still not what you look for, please post your feature request here:

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