Easy "restore archived page" function Levente Szabo August 21, 2019 21:14 Follow Time to time, people archive one or more pages unexpectedly. Restoring them could be easier. Have more questions? Submit a request 7 Comments Date Votes 0 michael regelin March 05, 2014 13:46 thanks. indeed pretty awaited function ;-) Michael 0 Doug Beattie August 27, 2015 14:48 Our organization has purchased the license for your archive plugin and have now archived some Confluence pages. We now need to restore a page but we cannot see how this can be done. What is the process to restore a page that has been archived? Thanks for your prompt reply. 0 Forrest Aldrich September 24, 2015 18:00 This should be a standard feature. I don't know anyone that would prefer a more manual copy and paste method. Especially, if you have many sections that need to be restored -- I'm not going to do that. 0 Dennis Mersjann November 15, 2015 04:00 We are currently evaluating the Plugin and also find this to be the biggest improvement atm. Especially in the early phases of finding out the best-fitting expiration times, some relevant content might get archived, and copying everything back is just too much effort. 0 Paula Dasch July 25, 2018 05:29 Archiving Plugin has "Move" strategy now. This is really helpful. "Restore archived page" function is already there - move page from archived space to active spage again - but you need to set the "view" and "edit" timestamp manually. Therefore: To have a function which marks a page up-to-date if I move a single page or page tree out of the archived space into the active space, to reactivate the content, would be great! It does not matter why I move the page: Either inaccidentally moved to archive space, or want to reactivate the former old content to the active spae. 1 Justin March 29, 2019 16:44 A self-service content restore model is required to reduce the burden on Confluence admins. 0 RJ August 21, 2019 21:14 I agree with Justin. A self-service content restoration model would be extremely helpful at reducing the burden on Confluence Administrators who are apart of larger corporations / large Confluence user bases. Please sign in to leave a comment.