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  1. Rabindra
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    I couldn't figure out how to archive a page.
    Can someone show me how to do?
  2. Nikolai
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    Hi Rabindra,

    Unfortunately Sitefinity does not support such functionality.
    Currently you can just revert the page to its previous state via the options in the "History" Tab.

    Greetings,
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  3. Rabindra
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    What if a page no longer needed but can't delete it because of some organisational policy? What do to then? Dont' we need somewhere to store that page and separate from rest of the published pages?
    I think Sitefinity should have such functionality in future versions.
    By the way, when you click All pages...on the right had side you see this.
    Draft | For Approval | Declined | Approved | Published | Archived or View all

    What is this "archived"?
  4. Nikolai
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    Hi Rabindra,

    This "Archive" section is obsolete. If you want you can make the page to be hidden from the navigation, exclude it from the index and deny Anonymous users to access it.

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  5. Rabindra
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    In one of the posts someone mentioned to create a page and put all pages that need to be archived under it. Give the top level page deny access and hide from navigation.
    This is really a good idea which I will work but I still feel Sitefinity needs to look into this matter.
  6. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hi Rabindra,

    Yes, you can create a GroupPage and put all pages as a child nodes of this group page. Then hide the page. We will consider your suggestion for one of the next releases.

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    Ivan Dimitrov
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