Content lifecycle management in large Confluence instances

If a Confluence instance is growing steadily in your company, challenges concerning content quality are bound to arise. Pages which may need to be updated daily become outdated quickly, giving rise to a great amount of obsolete information. Plus, there will be inevitable redundancies which make finding the correct content more difficult. This is where the Midori Archiving Plugin  comes into play.

In a webinar with co-host Levente Szabo from Midori, we discuss how this solution improves the quality of Confluence, what options and possibilities are available to businesses with systematic content lifecycle management processes, and also why misgivings surround the automated archiving of Confluence pages. Here's the recording of our session:

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Further information

Our Atlassian apps and use case library
Content lifecycle management: Moving to Confluence Data Center is a job only half-done


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