Can I see who is watching my space or page?

I would like to view a list of users that watch my page or space, is there a way to see this information in Confluence?

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From the Tools menu, there is a Manage Watchers option. I am not sure if this is only visible to Space/System Administrators.



That's only for Space Admins.

It is only available to Space Admin and Sys Admins

The "Manage Watchers" option is actually located in the Watch menu, not tools.

But where is the Watch menu? smile

Right between Edit and Share in the upper right corner of the page:

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Click the number you see near to "Watchers:". You will get the list of watches. You have the provision to add watches as well here

Note: Don't click "Stop watching this issue" shown near to "Watchers:" for viewing list of watchers. This will remove you from watching the issue

This answer applies to JIRA, not Confluence.

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