As a user, I want to use clear action links (ex: "Archive") instead of page labels in the web UI and in the notification emails - DONE Levente Szabo October 03, 2019 11:39 Follow It should shorten the learning curve, and eliminate errors. Have more questions? Submit a request 21 Comments Date Votes 1 Sorin Sbârnea November 30, 2015 18:21 I totally agree, the archive option should be easily accessible in order to be used. Even with it visible it would be hard to train people on using it, without it will never work. 1 Steven Pask May 11, 2016 22:49 Yep - this is what we need! Due to the size of our organisation and how people currently use Confluence, an archive button or action in the drop down would be great! 4 Aron Gombas July 06, 2017 09:18 A user suggested these actions: No Action = Extend the page for however long it has been configured Update = Directs the page author to the page edit mode Archive = Archives the space. 0 Dorothee Rothfuss-Bastian October 24, 2017 10:59 We'd very much appreciate buttons for 'Archive now' or 'Don't Archive now' on the page itself; or archiving options in the ... menue. 1 Elena Lurye June 04, 2018 12:53 Yes, would be very helpful to have Archive option available (as we have options to copy, move or delete the page) 0 Dorothee Rothfuss-Bastian July 12, 2018 09:36 Hi @Levente Szabo, are there any concrete plans on what is going to happen to the request to be able to trigger archiving via the UI? We'd still like to have buttons for 'Archive now' / 'Don't Archive now'? 1 Levente Szabo July 12, 2018 12:23 Hi Dorothee, This feature request will be considered in a future sprint for Archiving Plugin. I can't tell an official release date, but it's not forgotten. Please continue watching this space and the app on the Atlassian Marketplace. If there are any updates from the product team regarding this feature, it will be posted here! Thank you for your (and all the other voters') continued trust and patience! We appreciate all your input as we are working towards improving our products! 3 Brian Livingston November 14, 2018 18:40 We would like to be able to click on the status indicator (the orange question mark) and mark the page as updated or reviewed or something that takes the page off of the expired list if the content is still current. Currently, we have many pages that do not need to be changed and are still current. In order to change the status from expired to current, we need to do the following to update the status which seems like a lot of work to change the status: 1. Click on the expired content from the list 2. Click edit 3. Make a change to the content (adding a random space somewhere) 4. Save the content 1 Aron Gombas November 15, 2018 11:00 Thanks, Brian. For the interaction you described we plan to introduce a dedicated action, called "Confirm". 1 Rebecca Brooks November 15, 2018 20:14 When do you expect to launch the "Confirm" button? We want to ensure that our content is reviewed regularly and updated as needed. However, it is far too time-consuming to go through the process that Brian described above for each page that is still current. Consequently, our expired list isn't accurate, and it is easy to miss pages in the list that actually need to be updated. Thanks! 1 Aron Gombas November 16, 2018 17:29 No public release date, sorry. 1 Rebecca Brooks November 16, 2018 19:16 Thank you for the info. Please pass on to your Dev team that we are eagerly awaiting this update so that we can gain full use of the plug-in. Right now, the process is too cumbersome to be of value. We appreciate your help! 2 Moh Ahmed November 29, 2018 15:49 +1. A confirm button that a page has been reviewed would be a great feature. Edited by Moh Ahmed November 29, 2018 15:49 1 Ute Wehner February 05, 2019 14:33 We have the same problem as Brian Livingston. We have also many pages that do not need to be changed and are still current. When we get a list with expired pages so we need a easy way to mark this pages as "archive". The easiest way is a button on every page. 0 Rebecca Brooks February 05, 2019 16:57 Do you have a public release date yet for the "confirm" button? 0 Levente Szabo February 07, 2019 14:16 Hi Rebecca! We continue to count on your patience regarding this! No public release date, but you are (and everyone in this thread) best positioned to get notified of news. I can assure that our Dev Team is not sitting idle either. We are working hard on major product improvements, but right now on a different section of our app portfolio. I would like to repeat though, that we understand the need for this feature and this will be addressed in due time. Thanks all for hanging there and for your continued patience! 🙏 0 Martin Moranda April 05, 2019 10:46 We wasn't getting on with the 'archive' label option as staff were archiving a tree of pages so having an 'Archive' link they can click to archive the page would be fantastic. Please please please add this feature. Is there a screenshot of this new feature yet? 0 Rebecca Brooks April 05, 2019 17:46 Hi, We are still waiting for the "Confirm" button to be launched. This is a basic function, and without it, using the Archiving Plugin is too cumbersome. Do you have a timeline yet? If not, we need to look for another solution. We like the plugin, but this is a deal-breaker. Thank you, Rebecca 0 Aron Gombas April 08, 2019 06:29 Rebecca, I can only repeat that these user interactions are in the scope of the next minor app version, but there is no public release date. 1 Levente Szabo July 15, 2019 15:16 Hi Everyone! We are getting ready to release a new version of Better Content Archiving that brings great improvements in how you can interact with the app to manually manage a Confluence page's lifecycle. Among others, it will also cover this request for a simpler "archive" action. Before the official release, I invite you to get an early, pre-release view of this version and try the new quick actions in your test or staging Confluence instance. 1. Download the app now (Better Content Archiving for Confluence 8.3.0-preview) 2. Install the downloaded JAR into your test Confluence instance 3. Try the quick actions and share your experience with me in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org! I also created a tutorial video to help you be effective in your testing, explaining the most important quick actions. Watch it here! Thank you all for your patience and looking forward to your feedback! Edited by Levente Szabo July 18, 2019 11:53 0 Levente Szabo July 30, 2019 11:17 I'm happy to announce that Better Content Archiving for Confluence 8.3.0 has been released! Among other things, it's shipped with "quick actions", a set of new features that make it easier to control a page's lifecycle. It also covers this feature request. Don't forget to update your app to the latest version, and please read more about this and more improvements of the release in the release notes >>> Please sign in to leave a comment.