How to start a free trial?
Our free 30-day evaluation license enables you to evaluate the app without any commitment. The app works without limitations for the trial period.
Better Content Archiving for Confluence Server evaluation licenses can be retrieved from the app's Atlassian Marketplace page. Get yours in 20 seconds by clicking the red button below.
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Who is using Better Content Archiving for Confluence?
What other users say
"We had been needing a solution like the Better Content Archiving app for years, as our knowledge repository surged past 1 million pages and 1,000 spaces. When we first discovered the plugin we were happy because it did most of what we needed. Thank you Midori!"
— Katie C., PayPal
"This is a great plugin. It helps us tell the story of how well we are maintaining our team info, checklists and self-sourcing information for our internal customers. We used it to keep ourselves honest about the currency and accuracy of our data too."
— Steve M., Rackspace
"Better Content Archiving for Confluence takes the pain out of ensuring that large Confluence instances stay fresh, which aids user adoption and discovery of good content. It's like having a robot as your Wiki Gardener!"
— Betsy W., Appfire
"Fantastic service! I reported an issue archiving a space with 2,588 pages with 57% out of date on SQL Server 2008. Ferenc at Midori re-engineered the code overnight(!) to handle the SQL Server limitation. Now that's a way to inspire customer loyalty!"
— Michael K., HomeAway
"This add-on serves a very useful function that isn't native to Confluence. It makes the task of scouring through your intranet a thing of the past. The Youtube tutorials available in their user guide section are also very helpful."
— Stephanie M., WWF