How can I see visitors of my pages?

I would like to see who acccessed / only viewed my Confluence pages.

Is there a function, list, alert etc. to do this?

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Thomas Schlegel Community Champion Mar 02, 2017

Hallo Manfred,

do you need the number of visitors or the user's name?

If you just need the number, there's a free plugin called tracking (https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/net.customware.confluence.plugin.tracking/server/overview) we use for that.

Regards

Thomas 

Hi Thomas

and thxs for your prompt answer.

I'm more interested in the name wink

And I think we can only use functions which are provided company internal and not from the market place sad

Cheers, Manfred.

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Thomas Schlegel Community Champion Mar 02, 2017

I don't know of such a function in Confluence. I think, you have to analyze access logs from Tomcat or Apache for that.

But in our company, such a thing would be prohibited because of our works council...

Good luck

Thomas

 

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