I'm using the Analytics for Confluence Cloud plugin, and I connected it with a Google Analytics account. I also followed these steps to track site searches in Google Analytics:
Go to Admin > View Settings
Site search tracking: On
Query parameter: queryString,searchQuery.queryString
Site search categories: On
Category parameter: key,searchQuery.spaceKey,where
Are these incorrect, or am I missing some other information? Google Analytics is tracking site views, but not site searches (even though I know I've searched the site several times over the past week.)
The bug might have been fixed, but I still have troubles tracking my search queries.
Is the configuration reported by Susan on top of this ticket still actual?
Is there anything else I have to do to see the search parameters?
I am using the "Google Analytics in Confluence" plugin.
Thank you for any help in this one, I am working on it since a while and I still do not see my search terms.
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