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Last Accessed field for a Confluence page in REST API

Hi folks. We're running some documentation cleanup at our end, and it occurred to me that having a Last Accessed field in the REST API would be useful.

This would allow me to quickly get a list of documents which have not been read in a while, and go bug the document owner to see if the document was in fact still up to date and useful.

I think? there's a Last Updated field, which may be somewhat useful for this, but knowing if the page was being read at all would be a very useful metric.

thanks.

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I'm having exact the same issue and thus fully support this request. +1 Would be very handy to have this. 

Regards,

André

It's really frustrating to me as a content manager to see a great question like this going unanswered now for 16 months. 

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