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How can I  archive content in Confluence?




Here below are few alternatives to archive content in Confluence.

You can either archive an entire space.


You can move only the pages you want to archive to a new space and then archive the space.


You can use page restrictions to 'archive' the page effectively. For example, create a page called 'archives' and restrict that page to be viewable only by you. When you move pages that are children of that page, they will inherit the page restrictions and become accessible only to you. You can easily move the page back out of the 'archives' hierarchy and it will become visible to everyone else again that has appropriate permissions to the space.  Also, you can easily add people to the page restrictions of the 'archives' hierarchy and make the 'archives' visible to you and a few other colleagues.  Removing people from page restrictions is just as easy.









Last modified on Nov 18, 2016

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