Is there a way to archive a page or whiteboard and all assets after a finished project to boost logseq perfomance?

Can i a person just activate the page to be archived and not loaded just like we do when we make a page invisible or visible during publishing, like this:

Spiller inn 2023-07-28 112130

Welcome.

I don’t know of a built-in way, but each page/whiteboard/asset is a separate file, so copying each one in a folder of your choice and then deleting the original from within Logseq should achieve the same result.

Having said that, I personally use a separate graph for each project (not putting everything in a single page), plus one meta-graph for the surface of the projects and any relationships among them. That way I don’t have everything available at the same time, but I avoid the noise and I never have to worry about loading too much.

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In the config.cdn file (edit in settings), it has an entry called hidden for ignoring files and directories. That might be what you’re looking for - giving you an archive folder in your existing directory structure.

 ;; Exclude directories/files.
 ;; Example usage:
 ;; :hidden ["/archived" "/test.md" "../assets/archived"]
 :hidden []
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how to use this feature?
Do I need to create a namespace Archived? not clear to me

I think it works like this

  • create a folder “archived”
  • move all pages you want to hide from the Graph to this follder
  • add archived to the hidden array.

However I’m not sure if rhis folder is completely ignored to give the performance you expect. I’d rather move the files elsewhere outside your main graph maybe to a new graph you could use when needed

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thanks.
Actually this is not what I want. I would like to remove some files from the search coz not frequently used.