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You can use annotations (for example here the documentation for AEM as a Cloud Service) for this.
Thank you for this resource! It does help. But isn't exactly what I am looking for. But, when combined with the timeline and lock page feature, we may be able to get what we need. Analogy: there are a lot of chefs in the kitchen, we need to know why someone added what to the soup and when. The lock button puts a lid on the pot. Annotate allows us to make a note on the recipe. Thanks again.
The kitchen analogy is most likely quite accurate: Your chefs probably don't note down at each pot on the stove what they when.
Same with my experience with editors: They barely leave any information what they did, and why they did it (the way they did).
If you really want to control what is happening require an approval by a workflow, which someone else must accept. (But even that concept can be gamed ...)
Hi @JC253 ,
Thanks for proposing the idea but as Jorg mentioned that we can either use the annotate functionality or use a Request for approval workflow so that admin can approve the changes and keep a note. AEM internally has the audit log functionality as well to keep a track of various events like Page modified, page created etc. Let me know if that does not suffice the requirement here and if you are looking for something specific with the above enhancement suggestion.
@JC253, Do you have more information to share with us?
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