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Do Popular content macro and Confluence usage stats macro are same?

We have Confluence Usage stats plugin installed in our instance but not "Popular Content". While I'm trying to insert the macro I can see "Popular Content" macro as it relies on Usage stats plugin. Please let me know if a macro which is not installed in the instance will be shown while trying to insert a macro, only because it relies on the plugin which we have installed.

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Brant Schroeder Community Leader Jan 10, 2022

@Dabin Daniel Sundaram Those are both third-party macros that come in the same package.  You would have to contact the vendor to find out if they work independently or if they are interlinked.  

@Brant Schroeder Thank you for your response. Popular Content is one of the modules of Confluence usage stats plugin.

Hello. @Brant Schroeder Could you help to understant macro Popular Content? is this macro describes popular pages per days right?

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