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Scriptrunner Confluence Listener - Track User Page View

It looks like there is an ability to track page views by user in Confluence when using Scriptrunner.

Does anyone have any experience with doing this? If so, do you have any example scripts you can share?

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Hey there friend!

Is there a particular thing you're wanting to accomplish by tracking when users view a page? Using a Script Listener, you can execute a script every time the "PageViewEvent" is fired. I might be able to write up an example for you if you can provide a little bit more info about your use-case. :D

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Hi Aidan,

I have a similar problem: I want to count page views with the PageViewEvent and show this information in the breadcrumb section ( with a script fragment. I don't want user tracking, only anonymous data "Page views: xx".

I'm new to scripting with groovy so I don't know how to store the hit counter (so the event can get the old hit counter and add 1) and showing this data in the script fragment.

With the stored hitcounter it should also be possible to gather all page views from certain/all spaces so an admin can see what page has been viewed most. This would be a custom macro on a site available for admins only.

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