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The archives Confluence pages that haven't been changed for awhile, or have been labelled with 'archive'. This plugin helps you to keep your content fresh and relevant. Pages that never expire and are to be ignored by archiving should be labeled with noarchive or noarchive-single.
For each fresh space having pages to archive, it will create an archive space transparently in the background. Then it copies the outdated pages there, and trashes the original ones. Additionally, it sends emails to authors and last modifiers of the pages close to expire.
It effectively automates content archival processes, and prevents your wiki spaces turning into scrapyards.
See the documentation - Confluence Archiving Plugin
The integrates seamlessly with Confluence to provide an innovative way of managing content approvals, without compromising the open and collaborative philosophy of a wiki. Users can create their own approval checks in their pages, or define more sophisticated workflows for entire spaces to enforce rules and actions.
See the documentation - Approvals Workflow Plugin
The provides set of macros for collecting, displaying and reporting page ratings.
See the documentation - Rate Macro
Confluence comes with a set of bundled plugins (macros) that you can use right away with the Macro Browser. .
There are hundreds of open-source and commercial plugins available for Confluence. Browse them by category on the .