What is the best solution to capture who has exported Confluence content, what was exported, and when? Also, which solution is best for tracking who is accessing Confluence (as I have read this article, but didn't know the safest mechanism to pursue and one that didn't affect performance. At one point about a year ago, I tried google analytics, but it seems to negatively affect performance).
We are needing this level of auditing and reporting as a way for protecting the IP that we manage on the site.
Appreciate the suggestions!
Sorry, I pressed enter too soon. We keep confidential documents in Confluence, and when someone leaves the company for example, I would like to be able to see what he has exported. I know you can control who exports (a privilidge I always disable from our soon to be ex staff) , but I need to see what that person has exported.
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