Partly rewrite the content of archived pages while archiving

The app already filters the labels while archiving pages to avoid unwanted side-effects.

Similarly, there are pieces of content in the page body that should be removed (or replaced with a specific block of text) for similar reasons.

For example:

"When Pages with Calendars ( Confluence Team Calendars) gets archived and someone adds an event on the calendar a notification is sent to the archiving user." 

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    Freitel

    Our usecase was that we run the archiving job regulary and apparently it catched some pages where a calendar was first added. Since the notification is sent to the archiving user which is our distribution list we got spammed from people adding events to their calendar (which is on this page). 

    This is why I asked that. I think it will be easier to filter it on the archiving job itself than on checking every archived page after every archiving job run.

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    Bthai

    We've been noticing some issues regarding calendars in archived spaces. It appears that calendars that are updated in the current space also adds an event to the corresponding archived calendar.

    It would be great to have this stopped. The archived pages with calendars are being pulled into the archive because there are child pages that were flagged for archival.

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    Roger Sheen

    In this case, it would be very helpful to either remove the calendar from the archived page copy (perhaps replacing it with a message that links to the calendar it previously included), or to unsubscribe the archiving user from subsequent updates to that calendar or the archived page, rather than continuing to "watch" for changes.

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    Levente Szabo

    This feature is on our roadmap, but there is currently no official release date. Please make sure you follow this space to get notifications when there is an update.

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    Freitel

    when will this be done?

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