This introduction gives a quick overview of the Confluence plugin Breeze.

What is Breeze?

Breeze is the go-to Confluence document management plugin and supports the entire content lifecycle - from approval to review and finally archiving.

Especially in medium and bigger companies, Confluence can suffer from ever-growing, uncontrolled information. That is because keeping control of relevant content with a growing number of contributors quickly becomes an impossible task.

As a result, many companies struggle with low content quality and many outdated pages within Confluence, which can lead to high costs because of increasing uncertainty.

So, wouldn’t it be nice if a cluttered Confluence could be cleaned automatically and easily maintained to keep your pages relevant at all times? Well, this is why we built Breeze. It drastically enhances your content management process, so you can focus on real work instead of wasting time.

How it works

Breeze implements proven strategies of content lifecycle management (CLM) and automates the identification of outdated content. For this, it analyzes your whole Confluence system in periodic intervals, and based on custom workflows for each space, it determines whether pages are up-to-date, in need of a review, or ready to be archived.

Additionally, Breeze offers an approval process to streamline your content management process further. With approval workflows, content creators can submit their work to designated approvers before publishing. Approvers can provide feedback, request revisions, or approve content for publishing. This ensures that only high-quality and accurate content gets published, reducing the risk of misinformation or outdated information being disseminated.

Through reports and notifications, Breeze also ensures that content owners regularly reflect on content relevance. For this, they can base their decisions on data gathered through built-in analytics and provide comments to space admins, who can then clean outdated pages through bulk archiving or deletion.