Confluence metrics

Although confluence gives some metrics by default I'd like to periodically gather site statistics (activity and resource usage, specifically storage size) apart from whatever is offered by default.

1)I’d like more than just the top 10, I’d like them all

2)I’d like size of the page(in MB) in addition to number of hits

Please let me know if this can be achieved somehow in confluence. I am ok if solution suggest database queries.

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Hi there,

It sounds like you might find the Google Analytics useful for this purpose:

is a 3rd-party plugin but it will give you extremely detailed metrics about the usage of your wiki, so that is what I would recommend that you use for this purpose.

All the best,

You don't need to use the plugin for GA to work. Just paste the generated code from GA into the bottom of the HEAD section of your Custom HTML.

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