Macros to display "content quality"

Original request:

Have the administrative views of "Content quality" to be presented as macros that can be embedded on pages themselves.

Other suggestions to give better look into the current quality (that could potentially be macros):

A stats bar showing "Space health" for users arriving at spaces for the first time - "Is this space actually useful?"

Create a "Hows my space" page that would let wiki gardeners understand which pages could do with some pruning and/or updating

Related: There were other requests to implement a general "wall of shame". Having flexible macros, would allow building this in a customizable form.

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    Levente Szabo

    Archiving Plugin 4.3.0 (released yesterday) gives a new interface to browse through a space with the pages' status, last update time and last view time displayed.

    It's not a macro, so it doesn't require you to embed the macro in any page, but a screen that is accessible by anyone who has read access to that space:

    page-status-browser.png

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    Jason Smith

    We would also like to have a macro that can display the content quality on the space homepage. The admins of our largest spaces are asking for this feature.

    Also, we're using version 6.1.2 and the Page Status page is not available to users with view-only access to the space. Can this feature be added back to the plugin?

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    Levente Szabo

    Thanks for your comment, Jason!

    Regarding the second part of your comment: by "users with view-only access" do you mean users who are not logged in?

    Please elaborate here or feel free to open a support ticket regarding this question, so we can look into it and give you a proper explanation.

    Thanks!

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    Jason Smith

    Levente,

    Our space is configured to so that members of the confluence-users group have view access to the space. I've added a screenshot so that you can see all of the space permissions.
    The two users that tried to access the Page Status page are members of the confluence-users group and neither of them could access it.

    Thanks.

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    Levente Szabo

    Thanks for the details, Jason!

    It looks like it's something that we won't be able to settle quickly here in the feature request comments, so I created a support ticket in our system in your name.

    One of our technical support colleagues will look into this and get back to you shortly!

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