Make the Content Quality Statistics table filterable and sortable

The idea is to make it easier to spot the best and the worst.

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    Daniel Varela

    The idea is that (for non trivial installations with hundreds of spaces) we can not just keep scanning the page for the lowest values. Sorting and filtering should allow us to focus on the worst ones and then decide on an action.

    Edited by Daniel Varela
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    Roger Sheen

    +1 for this.

    We also have hundreds of spaces and struggle to recognize which need attention.

    This is particularly important for empty spaces from which the plug-in has moved all content to the archive, which are unfortunately listed with “50%” content quality (as mentioned in request № 11531).

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    Ilkka Kiiskinen

    +1 from me. Filtering the worst would be useful for sites with plenty of spaces.

    Edited by Ilkka Kiiskinen
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    Onni Nieminen

    This would be useful beacuse alphabetical order is not convenient.

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    Aron Gombas

    UPDATE: We have released the Better Content Archiving app's cloud version just a few weeks ago. It addresses many points criticized in the Data Center version.

    (Our plan is that, if there is interest, we will back-port the most valuable changes from the Cloud version to the Data Center one.)

    The Content Quality Statistics view is now called Content Status Overview (because we have custom statuses!):

    As you see, it can be filtered and navigated more efficiently especially if you have large number of spaces.

    🔥 Try this in action!

    Edited by Aron Gombas
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