We’ve talked before on this blog about how content can easily get out of control in Confluence. With so many contributors creating and editing documents at the same time, a Confluence admin could easily lose track of what’s what.
Imagine you’re the lead technical writer, managing a team of writers who are constantly editing documents on Confluence. As the lead, you are likely to face the end of a day with a long list of email notifications of edits and changes that were made. There’s just no easy way to see all relevant document edits and definitely no way to track metrics. And if you’re managing multiple spaces at once, it can quickly become a nightmare trying to keep up with everything your team is working on.
What if we told you there’s a way to easily moderate all that content directly in Confluence, and with just a glance on one centralized page? Something like, say, a content moderator dashboard?
It’s definitely possible, if you combine the best of ServiceRocket’s Reporting (powerful reporting on metadata), Scaffolding (forms and templates for your password entry), and Linking (useful linking tools for Confluence metadata and content).
With the macros made available by these add-ons, it’s easy to build a one-stop Content Moderator Dashboard.