Users would like to extend the functionality of Better Content Archiving by adding a new option to visually mark Confluence pages in "draft" state.
An example use cause:
Our users want a visual difference between different article/space states
- draft : aka. "just an idea", "not currently in production". "WIP"
- normal/"released" - normal pages
- archived - obsolete information, useful for historical reference, no longer current.
People creating content that needs to be agreed/discussed can have a look and feel that is noticeably different from an approved article. A simple "draft" label isn't visual enough - especially as they only appear at the very end of the article. It would however be rather useful if a simple "draft" label completely changed the look of the whole article. (e.g. watermark as "draft", and say a pale blue "paper" background).
The "release" process would simply be to remove the "draft" label