As the title suggests, we are currently re-evaluating our deletion process in Laserfiche. When we first implemented Laserfiche, our vendor developed a workflow that requires a user to tag an entry for deletion. When they tag it, it is sent to the creator's personal deletion folder (not the recycle bin). After a period of time, if the creator does not remove the tag, they are sent an email letting them know that the entry will be deleted after 10 days. If the entry is still untagged after that period, then it will be moved to the workflow's recycle bin, where we purge everything every quarter. The process works as intended; however, we have noticed low organizational adoption of the process, and a few users have raised concern about not being allowed to actual delete files.
My question to the community is: Has anyone implemented a different deletion process that isn't just allowing users to delete whatever they want? How difficult was it to implement this process? And was it received well by your users?
Any feedback is appreciated! Thanks!